Dr Kate Sanders
Kate Sanders is a postdoctoral research associate in the Nanomanufacturing group, working on a novel process to create structured microparticles using emulsion droplets as templates. This method can be used to structure a range of useful nanoparticle building blocks including carbon nanotubes, silica, and metal oxide nanoparticles, for applications ranging from water purification to energy storage. Kate previously completed her PhD (2017-2021) in the same group, and was also supported by a Translational Prize Fellowship (2021-2022), both funded by the NanoDTC. She is a Junior Research Fellow of Wolfson College.