Initial higher education began at Brunel University with a BEng in Mechanical Engineering, graduating in 2017, it was here is began to focus my work on biomaterials research. I continued education with an MSc in Advanced Materials at Cranfield University where my individual project was the mass production of microalgae through novel continuous technologies. I now continue in a similar field of research to continue to develop novel technologies for the manufacture of promising new green materials such as biofuels and lactic acid via process intensification and sustainable feedstocks, to ensure commercially economic feasibility.

Publications

  • Recycling bread waste into chemical building blocks using a circular biorefining approach
  • Valorisation of Xylose to Renewable Fuels and Chemicals, an Essential Step in Augmenting the Commercial Viability of Lignocellulosic Biorefineries
  • High-Level fermentative production of Lactic acid from bread waste under Non-sterile conditions with a circular biorefining approach and zero waste discharge
  • Revisiting the Effect of U-Bends, Flow Parameters, and Feasibility for Scale-Up on Residence Time Distribution Curves for a Continuous Bioprocessing Oscillatory Baffled Flow Reactor

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