Harriet graduated from the University of Bristol with an MSci in Chemistry in 2010. Her third year was spent in Grenoble as part of the Erasmus exchange program. Here, as well as studying, she carried out a 3 month research project developing new, artificial metalloenzymes. During her final year at Bristol she worked on a project helping to improve the robustness of palaeodietary reconstruction. Before joining the CDT she spent a year working in France and travelling around Asia.
- The application of hybrid membrane processes to fractionate gum arabic into streams of added value with Dr Michael Bird, Dr Karen Edler and Dr Darrell Patterson; Industrial Partner: Kerry Ingredients – PhD project
- Downstream processing of algal biomass for high value product recovery with Dr Tom Arnot, Dr Chris Chuck, Professor Rod Scott and Professor Matthew Davidson — 2nd MRes project
- MOF nanoparticles and membranes for selective CO2 absorption with Dr Andrew Burrows and Dr Karen Edler — 1st MRes project