PhD, MChem (Hons)
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Dr Emily Taylor graduated from the University of Bath in 2016 with a Master’s degree in Chemistry. She studied various modules including organic, inorganic and physical chemistry, spectroscopy, solid state chemistry, computational chemistry, functional materials, catalysis, materials for sustainable energy and chemical engineering.
In her final year, she synthesised a series of novel compounds for the growth of two-dimensional semi-conductors. Emily also did a placement at Merck Group where she developed organic photodiode architectures.
She then pursued a PhD in next-generation energy applications, investigating the effect growth methodology had on the performance of photovoltaic and thermoelectric semi-conducting materials. As part of her PhD, Emily also researched electrochemical sensors for monitoring public health through wastewater-based epidemiology.
Emily joined Albright IP in May 2021 to train as a patent attorney, and is involved in all aspects of the patenting process, including drafting, filing and prosecution.
In her spare time, Emily enjoys surfing, cooking and running.