Postgraduate O'Week 2023 - 2 Minute Thesis Entries
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- 1. Meg: “Developing XANES-spectroscopic protocols for imaging changes in metal ion speciation in plant leaves during crop disease“
- 2. Marco: “A Magnetic and Structural Investigation of Magnetic and Non-Magnetic Doping in the Skyrmion Hosting Material, Cu2OSeO3“
- 3. Jessica: “Interfacial crystallization of lipids in food formulations in the presence of sugar-based emulsifiers“
- 4. Larissa: “Titan nitrogen chemistry: organic building blocks for the origin of life“
- 5. Julian: “Chronicles of the Southern Alps: Unravelling mechanisms of Holocene climate change using sedimentary timekeepers“
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