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Angus Crake is a PhD student in the Chemical Engineering department at Imperial College London. His research, which he started in 2014, focuses on multifunctional nanomaterials for photocatalytic carbon dioxide conversion, supervised by Senior Lecturer Dr. Camille Petit. Angus received his MEng degree from the same department in 2014. He has reported his most recent findings in a research paper (App. Cat. B. 210, 131-140) and at conferences such as the Gordon Research Conference on CCUS (2017), AiChE Annual Conference (2016), and the Faraday Discussion on CCS (2016).