Dr Emily Brooke
Emily is a Research Scientist in Electron Microscopy at the Johnson Matthey Technology Centre (JMTC), where she has been based since October 2015. Emily obtained her BSc in Nuclear Astrophysics from the University of Surrey, before starting a PhD in the Materials Science Department at Imperial College London. Her PhD concerned the use of transmission electron microscopy to study the characteristics of nanoparticles fabricated using an ultra-high vacuum deposition system. At Johnson Matthey, Emily uses electron microscopy techniques to investigate a broad range of samples, for applications that include catalysis, batteries and fuel cell research.
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