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Caitlin Taylor

Caitlin graduated from the University of Bristol with an MSci in Chemistry in 2014. Her final project investigated the use of Quantum Dots as glyco nanoprobes. After graduation, she took a year out where she travelled around Oceania, and lived in Berlin to improve her German language skills. During her PhD, she has specialised in advanced oxidation water treatments, specifically photocatalysis.  In her spare time, Caitlin enjoys skiing, watching Question Time and the odd board game.

  • Double energised ZnO nanowires for the degradation of trace contaminants in waste water with Dr Jannis Wenk, Professor Davide Mattia and Professor Barbara Kasprzyk-Hordern; Industrial Partner: Wessex Water — PhD project
  • Modified patterned biopolymers for tissue engineering with Dr Janet Scott and Dr Ram Sharma — 2nd MRes project
  • Exploring bubble-less ozonation as efficient water treatment method with Dr Jannis Wenk, Professor Davide Mattia and Professor Jan Hofman — 1st MRes project


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