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SCI 2014 ScholarsApplications now open for SCI Scholarships 2016
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Angelica OrsiAngelica Orsi completed her MChem with first class honours in 2014. She received various awards and gained RSci status from the RSC. She joined the research group of Prof Paul Wright at the University of St Andrews where her work focuses on research implemented for the EU collaborative project E=M4CO2 (Energy efficient MOF-based Mixed Matrix Membranes for CO2 capture). Thus far, Angelica has attended collaborative project meetings in Zaragoza and San Sebastian, and has carried out laboratory research at the Institut Lavoisier (France).
Angelica Orsi, SCI Scholar 2015-2017
University of St Andrews

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