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Soneni Ndlovu


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My work:

I am currently investigating some new materials that are friendly to the environment to use to speed up reactions of different molecules. This is particularly good if these materials can be used as alternatives in making medicines.


About me:

Country of Origin: South Africa


I am currently in my third year of PhD in Chemistry at St Andrews. I did my primary and

secondary education back in South Africa before moving to the UK. When I came to the UK, I attended Sheffield College and then went on to study Chemistry (MChem with Study in Industry) at the University of Sheffield. My hobbies are hiking, watching movies, reading and trying out different foods (although I am not so keen on cooking them).


Education:

  • I am currently a PhD student in Chemistry at University of St Andrews. I did my primary and secondary education back in South Africa before moving to the UK. When I came to the UK, I attended Sheffield College and then went on to study Chemistry (MChem with Study in Industry) at the University of Sheffield.

My favourite subject in school:

Maths


My hobbies:

Hiking and going to the movies


How would I describe myself in three words?

Feisty, hard-working, funny


My dream job as a child:

Medical doctor


My favourite scientist:

Harry Kroto


My favourite animal:

Tiger


Colouring Page:

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Illustration of Soneni Ndlovu. Soneni makes brand-new chemicals with metals in them in the fume cupboard. These chemicals make important chemical reactions go faster.

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