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For Immediate Use Friday 8 March 2002 Professor Richard Templer will become the next Head of the Department of Chemistry at Imperial College of Science, Technology and Medicine.

He will take up the post on 1 September 2002, succeeding Professor David Phillips OBE, head of department since 1992.

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Dr Fisher’s research indicates we can be divided into four very different personality types — explorers, builders, directors and negotiators — based on the way our body produces and reacts to the brain chemicals dopamine and serotonin, and the hormones testosterone and oestrogen.

If dopamine tends to dominate your personality, she believes you will have a tendency to seek novelty. When serotonin dominates, the guiding personality traits tend to be calmness, loyalty, a fondness of rules and facts, and order.

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His field of research then changed to the study of lyotropic liquid crystals, using concepts in this field to understand the physical basis of membrane protein interactions.

Because this group tend to be skilled at building social networks, she calls this group builders.

Those with high levels of testosterone (whether male or female) fall into a section called directors because they are direct, decisive, tough-minded, exacting and good at strategic thinking.

Professor Templer, 43, joined Imperial in 1990 as a Royal Society University Research Fellow and was appointed a Lecturer in 1992, to Reader in 1997 and was promoted to Professor of Biophysical Chemistry in October 2001.

Professor Templer originally trained as a physicist at Bristol University, and then undertook postgraduate work at Oxford University's Research Laboratory for Archaeology.