Pablo Caramés-Méndez, 28, a PhD student at the School of Chemistry, will attend Parliament to present his chemistry research to politicians and a panel of expert judges as part of STEM for BRITAIN.
The fate of cellulose nanocrystal stabilised emulsions after simulated gastrointestinal digestion and exposure to intestinal mucosa
Research finds that CNCs as insoluble fibre, may have benefits in terms of differential lipid absorption (slowing absorption of saturated fat).
Researchers from the School of Chemistry recently took to the skies in a project to measure methane emissions from tropical wetlands in Africa.
Researchers will be inspired by stories of space missions from a NASA Space Shuttle pilot at a Pint of Science event next week. A Leeds astrochemist will also give insight into the formation of stars.
Drax Power Station has demonstrated the world’s first bioenergy carbon capture and storage (BECCS) project, using technology developed by University of Leeds spin-out C-Capture.