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University of St Andrews (Chemistry)

Address: St Andrews, Fife, KY16 9ST, U.K.
URL: http://www.st-andrews.ac.uk/chemistry/

One of the top research and teaching departments of Chemistry in the UK with particular strengths in materials chemistry, characterisation and new and renewable energy systems including fuel cells, lithium ion batteries and heterogeneous catalysis.

Finlay Morrison

Position: Reader in Solid-State Chemistry
E-Mail: finlay.morrison [AT] st-andrews.ac.uk


Richard Baker

Position: Senior Lecturer in Chemsitry and Materials
URL: http://www.st-andrews.ac.uk/profile/rtb5
E-Mail: rtb5 [AT] st-andrews.ac.uk

Biography
My research is in conducting materials and catalyst systems for application in energy conversion, espeically in fuel cell systems but also in catalysts for catalytic combustion, hydrogen generation and pollution abatement. We are also working on novel polymer-based actuator and energy harvesting concepts.


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