Armourers and Brasiers’ Final Year PhD Student Award Winner 2020

9 Apr 2020 1:39 PM | Anonymous

The Welding Institute congratulates Matthew Wadge on being awarded the Armourers and Brasiers’ Final Year PhD Student Award, 2020!

Matthew Wadge is a final year PhD student in Biomedical Materials at the University of Nottingham, studying the manufacture and characterisation of solution-generated titanate structures for biomedical applications.

Matthew’s extensive academic background comprises knowledge of materials engineering, bioengineering and biomedical science, including further knowledge in cell and microbiology, mathematics and chemistry.

Along with his academic accomplishments, Matthew has also produced an impressive selection of published academic papers throughout his PhD, with multiple citations.

Whilst undertaking his PhD, Matthew has also been involved with the promotion of science through his role as a STEM Outreach Ambassador at the Pint of Science festivals (2017-2020). Through his role at this event, Matthew’s main aim has been to bridge the gap between society and research institutions by engaging with both science and non-science students and individuals.

Matthew’s work and experience throughout his studies as a final year PhD student illustrates his worthiness of being the recipient of the Armourers and Brasiers’ Final Year PhD Student Award 2020!


Read more about the Armourers and Brasiers’ Final Year PhD Student Award here!

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