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Louise’s main interests are in luminescence spectroscopy and actinide chemistry, but she also dabbles in lanthanide and d-metal/ organic chemistry in her exploration of two-photon chemistry and up-conversion. Research into actinide chemistry involves exploration of actinyl units (especially the ever-elusive uranyl(V)) and increasing understanding of the fundamental spectroscopic properties of air-sensitive actinide complexes, including uranium mono-oxo species and uranium(IV) chemistry.
Apart from the joy of seeing a nicely resolved emission spectrum, Louise enjoys going to the gym, 24 and (above all) Thursday night pints.
14-07-17 Actinides 2017- Japan
Vanessa travels over to Japan to present some of her work at Actinides 2017......we expect lots of interesting sweets upon her return.
21-06-17 NMR Discussion Meeting
Congratulations to Vanessa who went to a NMR discussion group meeting in Glasgow and won a prize for her fantastic poster.
13-06-17 PGR Conference
Vanessa, Letitia and Mark all present some of their work at Postgraduate research conference. Congrats guys!.
17-05-17 Louise and David in a photo-shoot??????
Louise and David took part in a photo-shoot to provide images for the new Dalton Nuclear Institute brochure. We look forward to seeing the published work!
05-05-17 Congratulations Aruna!
Well done to Aruna, who passed her viva today, cake and drinks were consumed to celebrate. She doesn't move far however, taking up a postdoctoral position in the Sharrad group in North Campus. We wish you all the best for what lies ahead!
03-05-17 Louise a Women of Wonder!
Louise sat down and gave an interview for the universities Women of Wonder series and it has now gone live! Congrats Lou. The link to the interview and the corresponding YouTube video are below:
28-04-17 More Goodbye's to Charlotte and Jonathan
Their time here in the Natrajan group has come to an end. We wish them good luck in the upcoming exams and all the best for life as a Manchester Graduate!