After completing my studies in Biochemistry at the University of Bristol I knew that lab work wasn’t for me and I wanted to broaden my horizons. I ended up working for nearly five amazing years as an International Baccalaureate teacher in a private high school in İstanbul, Turkey.
I then saw an opportunity come up to work for the RSC and I thought it was the perfect match of being involved with chemistry and assisting in the sharing of knowledge. I have now been working for the RSC for a number of years in many different areas such as journals and databases.
Structure used to escort nanoparticles across blood–brain barrier also resists protease degradation
New method to hunt down protease-stabilised peptide inhibitors of large proteins
Gene editing enzyme ferried via endocytic pathway
pH clock reaction and lactone hydrolysis combine to give an autonomous chemical control strategy