We’ve asked a few of our postgraduate researchers to give us a quick overview of what they are hoping to achieve with their research in about a minute.
James Walker, School of Chemical Engineering
I’m developing cheap and efficient catalysts to make hydrogen fuel cell technologies more commercially viable.
Ella Hawkins, Shakespeare Institute
I’m analysing how Elizabethan and Jacobean styles feature in 21st-century stage and costume design to better understand the cultural significance of Shakespeare today.
Thomas Jarvis, School of Government and Society
My research considers how corruption changes as a result of armed conflict by exploring the everyday experience of corruption
in Nepal, following the end of the 1996–2006 Maoist ‘People’s War.’
Louise Isham, School of Nursing
My research explores the experiences and needs of family carers affected by harmful behaviour from the older person for whom they care.
Clare Ziegler, School of Biosciences
My research investigates the effects of elevated carbon dioxide on plant roots.
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