Bradley has a first class Master’s degree in Chemistry from the University of Strathclyde, which he obtained in 2018. During his degree, Bradley completed a year-long industrial placement at Merck KGaA, where he worked on optimising flexible thin-film transistor devices using p-type semiconducting polymers and two-dimensional MoS2 nanoflakes.
Following his completion of the Master’s program, Bradley pursued a PhD at the University of Glasgow. During this time, he conducted research on the formation of ceria-based composite nanomaterials and their catalytic ability to degrade organophosphate-based nerve agents. His research also involved using advanced techniques such as X-ray absorption and X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy to characterise the oxidation states of cerium in the composite material.
Outside of the office, Bradley is an avid fitness enthusiast and enjoys working out and swimming in his spare time. He also has a keen interest in modern European and Chinese history.
- PhD Materials Chemistry (University of Glasgow)
- MChem Chemistry (University of Strathclyde)