Serena presents at the Mary Rose

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 ongoing at the Mary Rose and a chance to visit the wonderful Mary Rose museum!


Congratulations to Beth!

Congratulations to Beth Johnston, our undergraduate research project student, who has obtained a first class degree in Chemical Physics! Beth has also received a prestigious Carnegie PhD scholarship and she will be returning to our group in October to start her PhD. Congratulations Beth!!