Meg Groom

Policy Intern at Centre for Science and Policy, University of Cambridge

Meg Groom

Meg joined CSaP in September 2022 as part of a 3-month internship.

She is currently investigating operando Lithium-ion battery degradation using optical fibres in her PhD at the Cavendish Laboratory. She is affiliated with the Faraday Institution and the Winton Programme for the Physics of Sustainability. Prior to her PhD, Meg studied Natural Sciences at the University of Nottingham.

Beyond this, her interests lie in sustainability, specifically looking at community engagement through citizen science, fast fashion and energy storage. She is currently the elected Environmental and Ethical Affairs Officer at Darwin College, where she coordinates an annual green week and student-led projects, such as biodiversity camera monitoring and an end-of-year circular re-use scheme.

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