It's exciting to see The Royal Society of Chemistry's winter 2021 edition of Analytical Matters highlighting the launch of WASC at Warwick.
The article details the EPSRC four year grant and how the funding will be used to facilitate enhanced access to experimental Analytical Science Instrumentation (AS-I) at Warwick, with a particular focus towards supporting postgraduate training, expanding multi-disciplinary collaboration and investing in the development of research technical professionals (RTProfs).
To read the newsletter in full, please visit: Analytical Matters
For more information and to learn about our facilities, please visit us at WASC and follow @WASC_Warwick for updates.
We welcome Dr Chris Waldron, who starts today as the Technical Support Specialist (Analytical Techniques), funded on WASC. Chris may be familiar to some of you as in his previous role he worked in Chemistry and had previously obtained a PhD in the Haddleton group.
Analytical sciences at Warwick is spread across the Science and Medicine Faculties. Our research and equipment is diverse and our researchers often work in a number of different application areas and with a range of equipment. Analytical Science is an enabling discipline. A special feature of Warwick's analytical science is the integration of experiment and theory. More detailed information on our facilities can be found here: WASC Facilities