Congratulations to Marie-Pierre Dreanic after successfully defending her thesis titled “Computational Modelling of Enzyme Activity to Speed Up Biocatalyst Redesign”, after examination by Adrian Mulholland (Bristol) and David Palmer (Strathclyde) on Friday 1st June. Marie was a joint student between GSK and Strathclyde applying QM/MM calculations to allow the rational design of biocatalysts, by studying […]
Gary has today successfully passed his viva, defending his thesis titled “Tunable Soft Matter Through Peptide Self-Assembly” after examination by Alberto Saiani (Manchester) and Aaron Lau (Strathclyde) Gary has worked hard throughout his time at Strathclyde through both undergraduate and postgraduate. He has managed to achieve a number of significant papers and patents during his […]
After 3 and a half years Polly (Katie) Emery successfully defended her thesis titled “Experimental and Computational Studies on The Role of Single Electron Transfer in Selected Organic Reactions” after being examined by David Proctor (Manchester) and David Nelson (Strathclyde). Polly worked hard throughout her time at Strathclyde under the supervision of both Dr Tuttle […]
Following her 3 year stay with the TuttleLab Ines Moreira successfully defended her thesis titled “Respnsive Emulsifiers Based on Peptide Self-Assembly” and completed her PhD. After the exam Ines received positive feedback on her performance. Well Done on all your hard work and congratulations from all the group and best of luck for the future.