Today, we're delighted to introduce Michael Buhagiar, our Process Development Engineer. Michael supports the Gii-Cap development scientist team and is responsible for scaling up Gii-Cap+ electrodeposition processes.
Today, we're delighted to introduce Greig McLay, our Development Engineer. Grieg works in our Product Integration and System Engineering team and takes responsibility for the management and development of multiple bespoke medical diagnostics projects for external customers.
Today, we're delighted to introduce Leila Kashefi, our Senior Electroanalytical Development Scientist. Leila conducts biosensor and assay development research on both internal and external projects as well as project management and supervision of a multidisciplinary team.
Today, we're delighted to introduce Beck Hunter, one of our Development Engineers. Beck works on the research and development of both internal and external projects to help bring new and innovative microfluidic products to life.
Today, we are pleased to continue our series of meet the team interviews, beginning with one of our Development Scientists, David Opar.
Today, we're delighted to introduce Fraser Nicol, one of our Development Scientists. Fraser works hard to electrochemically qualify the performance of our Gii-Sens devices.
Today, we're delighted to introduce Kirst MacKenzie, our Manufacturing Quality Engineer. Kirsty works hard to ensure we uphold our company-wide high quality standards.
We are delighted to introduce Alastair Graves, who recently joined our team as a Manufacturing Engineer. With a strong background in optimising manufacturing processes, Alastair is the perfect addition to our team as our company continues to grow. Today, Alastair has shared some insight into his experience and his day-to-day tasks.
Today we are pleased to introduce you to Robin Pierce, who recently joined our team as Technical Lead Engineer. Robin has a wealth of ink system and manufacturing system expertise from a number of roles with companies such as Abbott and Ceres Power. Robin has shared more insight into his experience and how he is using this to support our projects.
Today we are pleased to introduce you to another one of our fantastic Development Scientists, Ben Fleming who joined the organisation in 2019. An experienced research and development chemist, Ben talks to us about inorganic chemistry, sunny Greenock, PhDs and the near future applications of graphene. Over to you, Ben.