Daniel was born and raised in Manchester, and studied for his MChem degree at the University of York in a 4 year degree, the final year of which was spent on placement in the Netherlands at DSM, working on the development of heterogeneous catalysts. Daniel enjoys swimming, reading, a wide variety of films and fiddling around on computers. He also really enjoy travelling and will always be willing to visit new places on very little notice!
- Formation of commercially relevant products from the catalytic reduction of CO2 with Dr Davide Mattia, Dr Andrew Johnson and Dr Matthew Jones — PhD project
- Continuous flow micro-reactor for catalytic conversion of CO2 into commodity chemicals with Dr Davide Mattia, Dr Andrew Johnson and Dr Matthew Jones — 2nd MRes project
- Kinetic study of a zinc proline catalyst system for biodiesel with Professor Stan Kolaczkowski and Professor Matthew Davidson — 1st MRes project