Louis Jolly is a 3rd year PhD student based on the Penryn campus, who is looking at how metal environmental contamination affects the antibiotic resistance genes present in the bacterial communities.
Louis has a masters in applied microbiology from the Paris 7-Diderot University.
This project will address the government’s need for greater understanding of how investing in the environment can benefit health and wellbeing.
The Inclusivity Project is a research and innovation programme aiming to increase diversity, wellbeing and prosperity within small businesses.
Members of the ECEHH are collaborating with tech start-up SageTech to estimate the economic and environmental impacts of capturing and recycling anaesthetic gases.