Building on the success of last year’s challenge, first year PhD students from the CDT-ACM were asked to build working microscopes for just £100. Four teams competed to win a prize awarded by the staff and students from the CDT.
Congratulations to CDT-ACM students Nadir Basma and Mohamed Koronfel who have passed their final vivas and been awarded their PhDs. Mohamed is a student at Imperial College and presented his research on ‘understanding the in-vivo reactivity of orthopaedic implants’. Nadir is a student at UCL
Congratulations to third year CDT-ACM student Jay Bullen who has won the award for best student presentation at the Royal Society of Chemistry annual meeting on the ‘Environmental Chemistry of Water, Sediment, Soil and Air’. The event took place on Wednesday 21st November 2018