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Richard Greenaway began his research career in medical instrumentation, for the most part in the areas of therapeutic ultrasound and bio-sensing. On joining the University of Hertfordshire in 1989 he worked initially on a research council funded project in the field of particle light scattering and sorting. Since then he has worked in a number of different research areas including: nano-technology applications applied to bio-medical analysis and the development of encoded micro-particles for use in combinatorial chemistry and other areas, light scattering based analytical instrumentation for cloud physics research, a dual-parameter light-scattering/fluorescence spectrometer for analysis of bio-aerosols and Raman spectrometry of single airborne particles.

More recently Dr Greenaway has been researching techniques for detection of Respirable Crystalline Silica and is currently working on the real-time detection of airborne asbestos fibres.


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