My role as Progress and Admissions Officer for the School of Chemistry means that I'm no longer heavilly involved in research. Previously my research has involved single crystal and powder X-ray diffraction experiments.
I was born in Amersham and spent the early part of my life near there before moving to Leicestershire and finishing my secondary education at Beauchamp College in Oadby. I graduated with a BSc from Bristol University in 1990 and then did a PhD working with Professor Selby Knox on the organometallic chemistry of benzyne on metal clusters. In 1994 I moved to Sheffield and worked as a BP Research Associate in Professor Peter Maitlis's laboratory for about 18 months on one aspect of what is now know as the Cativa process for converting methanol into acetic acid. I ...
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