Tag Archive: Freya Radford

Jun 11

Festival of Doctoral Research Awards 2021

The Festival of Doctoral Research went online this year. In the two-day conference-style event on the 9th and 10th June considering the unique challenges that have faced PGRs this year, celebrating PGRs’ achievements in the face of these, and reflecting upon what PGRs’ experiences during the pandemic mean for their future and that of doctoral research.  ​​​​​​​ …

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Mar 22

Developing a systematic method for extraction of microplastics in soils

Developing a systematic method for extraction of microplastics in soils Freya Radford,  *a   Lina M. Zapata-Restrepo,b   Alice A. Horton,  c   Malcolm D. Hudson,b   Peter J. Shawb  and  Ian D. Williams  a   aFaculty of Engineering and Physical Sciences, University of Southampton, E-mail: f.radford@soton.ac.uk bFaculty of Environmental and Life Sciences, University of Southampton, cNational Oceanography Centre, European Way, Southampton, UK Analytical Methods 2021,13, 1695-1705 First published: 22 Mar …

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Dec 11

“Sustainable Futures” Presentations group 1

  Sustainable Futures Matthew Robinson Sustainable Futures Georgina Hollands Sustainable Futures Mhairi Miller Sustainable Futures Freya Radford    

Oct 21

Validation of a method to quantify microfibres present in aquatic surface microlayers

Joshua Birkenhead, Freya Radford, Jessica Stead, Prof Andy Cundy and Dr Malcom Hudson. Journal: Scientific Reports Volume: 10 Article number: 17892 ISSN (Print): 2045-2322 https://doi.org/10.1038/s41598-020-74635-3 Published on 21 Oct 2020 Abstract Many of the methods for microplastics quantification in the environment are criticised creating problems with data validity. Quantification of microplastics in the surface microlayer …

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Mar 06

CDT SIS student researching how microplastics can end up in farmland

Freya Radford is a second year PhD student part of CDT in Sustainable Infrastructure Systems and based in Geography and Environmental Science. Freya is researching micro-plastic pollution in agricultural land through organic fertilisers made from sewage sludge.

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