Tuesday, 1 May 2018
Welcome Anchen to he mysterious world of Phosphine!
It was my pleasure to welcome Anchen Kehler to Lancaster University today. Anchen has recently started studying for her PhD with Dr Martin Blackwell at Rothamsted Research and myself as her supevisors. Anchen is focussing on he mysterious world of phosphine gas, a little-researched compound of the phosphorus cycle that represents a potentially interesting means of cycling phosphourus that we really don't undertsand too well. Anchen is part of the STARS National Doctoral Training Centre, and for most of hear time is based at North Wyke in Devon. Welcome Anchen, you have some great potential and a really interesting subject!