Senior lecturer working for the Energy Safety Research Institute at Swansea University.
As the world moves more to renewable energy resources there is a growing challenge to balancing YOUR energy requirements and the availability of renewable sources. I advocate and research the use of Hydrogen as the perfect universal energy carrier to store, transport and correlated these renewable energy supplies. I also work in Sulfur polymers research. I am now a senior lecturer at the new ESRI at Swansea University with an MSc in Chemistry from Nottingham and a PhD in nanomaterials from Glasgow University. My previous posts at UCL Chemistry include a prestigious Ramsay Fellowship and a post-doc in photocatalytic self-cleaning materials and photocatalysts. In my spare time, I play canoe polo, a game likened to 5-a-side Rugby but in boats and keep Bees in my back garden.
FRSC, ex Ramsay Fellow. Chartered Chem, Chartered Sci, Fellow HEA