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Having spent a few years in industry, I returned to academia to complete a PhD in material science. After sneaking into a PoS talk two years ago, I was keen to get involved to help share the experience with those who are interested. Two years later I’m now helping co-ordinate PoS in Manchester!
After working in industry for several years, I have come back to university to expand my opportunities through a PhD in material science. I have been a going to Pint of Science talks for years and have found it is a great way to learn about things that aren’t necessarily my field.
I am a fourth year PhD student researching microstructural modelling of soft tissues. I love that my area combines the mathematical and biological sciences. My other hobbies include playing video games, watching films and TV, reading and quizzing, and I have a season ticket at FC United.
I’m a 2nd year PhD student studying nitrogen-doped graphene with the hope of improving batteries & fuel cells. I did my BSc in Physics, an MSc in Engineering & now I’m funded by the school of Chemistry! So I’m hoping to learn more Biology through Pint of Science! I also love board games & cooking.
I am a medic taking some time off doctoring to research the genetics and molecules involved in arthritis. This is my second year taking part in Pint of Science – last year was so ace I HAD to come back for more. Outside of work, I like playing my double bass, crocheting and pies.
Tech Me Out
I am a second year PhD chemist, researching lanthanide-doped upconverting nanoparticles for sensing applications, with interests in biotechnology and spectroscopy. Outside of science, I enjoy playing the piano, and all things arty or edible.
I’m a second year PhD student researching the role of the gut-brain axis in stroke. Passionate about education, outreach and the interaction between science and society. Lover of science, pints and festivals (though not necessarily in that order!).
I’m a Research Master student in Chemistry trying to develop a novel NMR technique for mixture analysis. A lover of sports, science, and great open-minded people. I especially like teaching and learning analytical chemistry. Research is not always easy, but I try to think like a proton!
I'm a PhD student researching filtration for oil-water separation. I've attended PoS for the last three years and find it a great way to unlock your inner geek! If there are 3 things I enjoy, it's a cold pint, talking science and experiencing the outdoors (sadly, all 3 are hard to achieve simultaneo...
I'm in the third year of my CDT PhD and my research project is based around the reactions of ingested sands and dusts in gas turbine aircraft engines. My degree was in chemistry but the project is really multidisciplinary and encompasses aerospace engineering, materials science and geochemistry. Kee...
Aranzazu Carmona Orbezo
Committee & Volunteer
Born and raised in Mexico City. After spending some years working in industry, I decided to pursue my dream of becoming a scientist. I love researching about water treatment methods, specially the ones that use electrochemistry. If I’m not in the lab, you will find me knitting or dancing.