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Andy completed an undergraduate degree in Genetics at the University of Liverpool, graduating in 2014. Following his undergraduate studies, he completed a master's degree in Applied Biosciences and Biotechnology at Imperial College London in 2015, where he studied a wide variety of technical areas including: plant biotechnology, industrial and pharmaceutical biotechnology, genetics, genomics and synthetic biology.

He followed these studies with a PhD at the University of Cambridge (2015-2019), where he investigated vitamin B12 transport in algae and gained experience in algal molecular biology and bioinformatic analysis. During this period he also spent 3 months working at a biomedical device start-up company in a data science role, gaining further exposure to computational research and commercial environments.

 

After his PhD, he continued working at the University of Cambridge as a postdoctoral research associate, investigating the importance of vitamin exchange between hot spring community members using metagenomic data.

 

Andy joined Keltie in 2021, and is working towards becoming a qualified patent attorney. He works in the Chemical and Life Sciences team, where he supports clients working in areas including: industrial biotechnology, biofuels, sustainability, medical devices and bioinformatics.

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Unified Patent Court Update

Last week, after years of delay caused by challenges in the German Federal Constitutional Court, legislation enabling Germany to ratify the Unified Patent Court Agreement came into force. German ratification of the UPCA is a required step in setting up the unitary patent system and so this development moves the Unified Patent Court slightly closer to reality.

MoreThe Role of Carbon Capture in Achieving Net-Zero Emissions

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The Role of Carbon Capture in Achieving Net-Zero Emissions

We take a look at the opportunities for reducing emissions and government recommendations for industry, as well as some of the forerunner projects in carbon capture, carbon recycling, and hydrogen production. How can we achieve net-zero by 2050, and what role will IP play in this in the future?

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