Stephen Taylor (BSc Eng (London), MEng, PhD (Liverpool), ACGI, FIEE, FInstP, CEng) is a professor at the University of Liverpool in the School of Electrical Engineering, Electronics and Computer Science, and is Chairman of the University Staff Christian Fellowship.
He teaches undergraduate and postgraduate courses in electromagnetics, nanotechnology, and design. He is head of the mass spectrometry research group at the University, which in the 1990s was responsible for the invention and development of the world’s smallest mass spectrometer. He is director of a university spin-out company seeking to commercialize mass spectrometry technology.
Steve is a regular speaker on behalf of United Beach Missions and Young Life. He also speaks regularly in the church he attends.
His presentations are wide-ranging from technical science to evangelistic outreach. He is also the co-author of the book Origins: Examining The Evidence.
Steve’s testimony is featured in the book In Six Days which you can read here.