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Dr Katie Gilmour

Postgraduate Associate

Department: Applied Sciences

Katie Gilmour

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  • Aeolian driven oxidant and hydrogen generation in Martian regolith: The role of mineralogy and abrasion temperature, Edgar, J., Gilmour, K., White, M., Abbott, G., Telling, J. 1 Feb 2022, In: Earth and Planetary Science Letters
  • Biofilm inspired fabrication of functional bacterial cellulose through ex-situ and in-situ approaches, Gilmour, K., Aljannat, M., Markwell, C., James, P., Scott, J., Jiang, Y., Torun, H., Dade-Robertson, M., Zhang, M. 22 Dec 2022, In: Carbohydrate Polymers
  • Survival and activity of an indigenous iron-reducing microbial community from MX80 bentonite in high temperature / low water environments with relevance to a proposed method of nuclear waste disposal, Gilmour, K., Davie, C., Gray, N. 25 Mar 2022, In: Science of the Total Environment
  • An indigenous iron-reducing microbial community from MX80 bentonite - A study in the framework of nuclear waste disposal, Gilmour, K., Davie, C., Gray, N. 1 May 2021, In: Applied Clay Science

Microbiology BSc (Hons) July 01 2017


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