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This project is a 4 year full time industrial case doctoral that is supported by the Biotechnology & Biological Science Research Council and GSK. This project looks at to investigate what the fundamental biological impacts that water-soluble polymers (WSP) have on the metabolic profiles of aquatic invertebrates. To also determine if WSPs will impact growth efficiency in microbes and toxicity thresholds in organisms. This project will hopefully aim to develop new analytical tools that will elucidate the mode of toxicity WSPs may hold and the impact they may have on the ecosystem.
I am currently a PhD chemistry research student at Kingston University London. Having completed my BSc in Chemistry looking at the ‘Synthesis and Electrochemical Polymerisation of 3-Substituted Alkyl Pyrroles' and my MSc in Chemical Research that focused on the ‘Photochemical Approaches to the Synthesis of Beta-Lactams' at Reading University, I am now striving towards a PhD at Kingston University.