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Introducing SCI Ambassador, Joanna Starkie

Joanna Starkie

"SCI can help support your professional development as you meet potential employers or employees, develop collaborative relationships with peers, find experts in a myriad of topics as well as attend conferences on wide-ranging topics."

What are your research interests?
I am currently working towards a PhD in colloid science, specifically focusing on the industrially relevant problem of cold-flow diesel additives.

How did you first get involved with SCI?
I have attended several SCI conferences; Arrested Gels, Future Applications of Small-Angle Scattering to Soft Matter, Secrets of Formulation IV and Colloid Young Researchers' Meeting. They have all been excellently organised and interesting.

What do you hope to gain from your involvement with SCI?
I hope to gain opportunities for networking and professional development.

Why would you encourage your peers to join SCI?
SCI is a great community where members receive a range of benefits. It can help support your professional development as you meet potential employers or employees, develop collaborative relationships with peers, find experts in a myriad of topics as well as attend conferences on wide-ranging topics.

Joanna Starkie
University of Cambridge – Department of Chemical Engineering and Biotechnology; working with Infineum Ltd.

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