Dr Caroline Peacock
Celebrating the University's 'Women of Achievement 2016': Dr Caroline Peacock, School of Earth and Environment.
Dr Caroline Peacock is currently an Associate Professor of Biogeochemistry in the School of Earth and Environment. Her research focuses on understanding the environmental behaviour of metals in water, soils and sediments. Carolines contribution to geochemistry has recently been recognised by the award of the 2015 European Association of Geochemistry Houtermans Medal.
Dr Peacock said: I have been very fortunate to work with some of the brightest minds in and out of my field, and together we have tackled some truly multidisciplinary problems. I hope that these collaborations will continue long into the future and that I am able to inspire the next generation of women in science!
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