I graduated at the Univeristy of Leicester with Chemistry with Forensic Science.
I particularly enjoyed analytical practical and forensics modules during this course, and decided to study analytical techniques in more depth, by joining the AS:MIT MSc programme at the University of Warwick.
I've chosen to do my research project with Warwick Electrochemistry and Interfaces Group in Development of New approach for High Resolution Quantitative Imaging of Crystal Growth.
Development of a New approach for High Resolution Quantitative Imaging of Crystal Growth
A magnification of 3000x SEM image of calcium oxalate crystals grown on -COOH self-assembly monolayer surface at +0.15V. (A) Penetration twin crystals, (B) Contact twin crystals, (C) a bipyrimidal calcium oxalate dihydrate crystal.