Congratulations to PhD student Lianne Jordan who was awarded Best Poster Prize at the 2018 Synchrotron Radiation and Neutrons in Art and Archaeology Conference, for her work on cellulise-SrCO3 nanoparticle trestments for the Mary Rose in collaboration with Professor Eleanor Schofield and the Mary Rose Museum. Well done Lianne!
Congratulations to PhD student Beth Johnston who won a 3 minute thesis presentation prize at the recent Carnegie PhD Scholars Gathering 2018. Beth presented some of her latest results on nickel-containing cathodes for Li-ion batteries. Well done Beth!
Serena has been selected as the eighth winner of the Journal of Materials Chemistry Lectureship. She will her work as part of this award at the 2018 Spring MRS in Phoenix Arizona, April 2018. Thank you to all group members, past and present, whose work has made the award of this lectureship possible!
The 16th European Conference on Solid State Chemistry was held at the University of Strathclyde in July 2017 and was co-organised by Serena and Eddie Cussen. We had the enormous pleasure of hosting our colleagues from around the world in Glasgow for this meeting, where we had a range of excellent scientific talks and discussions… Continue reading ECSSC comes to Glasgow
Congratulations to Dr Thomas Ashton and Dr Josefa Vidal Laveda who graduated with their PhDs at the June ceremony at the University of Glasgow! #ProudSupervisor
Serena traveled to the Mary Rose to give a public lecture on our groups conservation efforts using magnetic nanoparticles to treat waterlogged wood samples. Our work is funded by the Leverhulme Trust, in collaboration with researchers at Warwick University and the Mary Rose. This meeting was a great opportunity to hear about the various conservation strategies… Continue reading Serena presents at the Mary Rose
Our first paper of 2017 has appeared! Congratulations to Hany, whose work on a new synthetic route to Al-doped garnets has been published as open access in the Journal of Materials Chemistry A: Low-temperature densification of Al-doped Li7La3Zr2O12: a reliable and controllable synthesis of fast-ion conducting garnets