Jay is awarded the Researcher Mobility Grant

Jay Bullen, Cohort 3 student was recently awarded a Researcher Mobility Grant of £2500 from the Royal Society of Chemistry […]

Jay Bullen, Cohort 3 student was recently awarded a Researcher Mobility Grant of £2500 from the Royal Society of Chemistry to develop an opensource, Arduino based electrochemical system for measuring toxic arsenic in drinking water. In collaboration with the charity Caminos de Agua based in Guanajuato, Mexico, this project aims to provide cheap and accurate determination of arsenic contamination on a system costing just $100.

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Elwin Hunter

Studying my PhD as part of the ACM CDT not only provided me with valuable training courses and workshops on characterisation techniques, but also regular academic seminars, team activities, and discussions to help expand my interests, both inside and outside of research.