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Research interests

As an interdisciplinary PHD candiate in sustainable chemical technologies, my research focuses on developing and optimising polymer structures and functionality for the surface immobilisation of membrane proteins towards their application in devices. This necessitates a broad supervisory team, incorporating aspects of nanomaterials chemistry (Prof. Karen Edler & Prof. Gareth Price), membrane biology (Dr. Paul Whitley) as well as chemical and electrical engineering (Dr. Pedro Estrela).

During my MRes year of this integrated PHD, two projects were undertaken:

1.Engineering polymers for probing membrane protein interactions in lipid nanodiscs
(Chemistry, Biology)

2. Novel forming methods for composite adsorbents for hydrogen storage 
(Chemical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Chemistry)

Education/Academic qualification

Sustainable Chemical Technologies, Doctor of Philosophy, Centre for Sustainable Chemical Technologies (CSCT)

Oct 2019 → …

Sustainable Chemical Technologies, Master of Research, Centre for Sustainable Chemical Technologies (CSCT)

Sep 2018Sep 2019

Chemistry, Master of Chemistry, University of Bath

Sep 2014Sep 2018

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Polymers Chemical Compounds
Membranes Chemical Compounds
Electrical engineering Chemical Compounds
Hydrogen storage Chemical Compounds
Mechanical engineering Chemical Compounds
Nanostructured materials Chemical Compounds
Adsorbents Chemical Compounds
Membrane Proteins Chemical Compounds

Research Output 2019 2019

Thesis

Films, Foams & Monoliths: Novel Forming Methods for Hydrogen Adsorbent Composites

Author: Neville, G., 2019

Supervisor: Mays, T. (Supervisor), Bowen, C. (Supervisor) & Burrows, A. (Supervisor)

Student thesis: Masters ThesisMaster (MA)

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Specialised Fluorescent Polymers: Structure and Behaviour in Styrene Maleic Acid Lipid Particles

Author: Neville, G., 2018

Supervisor: Edler, K. (Supervisor) & Price, G. (Supervisor)

Student thesis: Masters ThesisMaster (MA)

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