Britest has further strengthened its member services and deployment activities with two new appointments.
Richard Hodgett joined the team in September to lead the roll out and development of ChemDecide - a new decision structure and analysis tool recently added to the Britest toolkit.
Richard holds a Masters degree in Product Design and Development from Queens University Belfast and more recently completed his Ph.D. at Newcastle University as a CASE award student sponsored by Britest. His thesis entitled "Multi-Criteria Decision-Making in Whole Process Design" informed the development of the ChemDecide tool.
Rebecca Feay joined the team in November to strengthen Britest’s technical communication capabilities. Rebecca will manage communication services to members and lead Britest’s input to dissemination and training activities in the EU Framework Seven SYNFLOW project.
Rebecca has over 15 years of experience working in communications and marketing positions across several industry sectors including education, healthcare and chemicals. Rebecca holds a degree in Chemistry from the University of York.