Luke Williams graduated from UCL with a MEng in Biochemical Engineering in 2010. His masters research paper was based on an investigation of a new strain of E. coli, looking particularly at its cell wall permeability compared to traditional strains, which could potentially lead to novel and more productive methods of producing proteins.
- Alcohol Dehydrogenases from the thermophile Geobacillus thermoglucosidasius with Professor Steven Bull and Professor Mike Danson; Industrial Partner: TMO Renewables — PhD project
- Biodegradable polymers: optimising catalyst deactivation for post polymerisation processing with Professor Matthew Davidson and Professor Kieran Molloy — 2nd MRes project
- Production of pharmaceutical — novel continuous processing with Professor Stan Kolaczkowski and Professor Jonathan Williams — 1st MRes project