Amelia studied physics at the University of Liverpool and graduated with a first in 2016. Her studies included semiconductor applications, material physics, nuclear physics and quantum and atomic physics. Amelia has work experience in biophysics research, medical device manufacturing and machine testing and interned at Manchester Medical School and The Christie Hospital in 2015, where she analysed MRI data with an oncologist and clinician scientist.
Amelia joined Keltie’s software department in 2017 and works with a range of technologies including AI and machine learning, medical instrumentation, and thermodynamics. She works with start-ups and large corporations and has experience drafting and prosecuting patent applications and filing design applications.
Amelia is currently training to become a qualified UK and European patent attorney.
10.08.2021Size Matters – The Rise of Fake Graphene
Graphene is a remarkable material, not only in its physical properties but in its high-profile reputation. That reputation gives it an impressive 'selling power' in everything from consumer goods to research proposals. But not all graphene is created equal, and very poor-quality or 'fake' graphene might be as easy to come by as the real stuff...