Dr. Robert Trengove

Separation Science and Metabolomics Laboratory, Murdoch University, Australia

How Science Can Help Reduce Food Waste: Dr. Robert Trengove Explains

Dr. Robert Trengove, Director of Separation Science & Metabolomics Laboratory at Murdoch University, describes his research into pesticide testing, metabolomics and food waste. Hear how he hopes his research will help to extend the lifetime of food that is still fit to consume.

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Dr. Robert Trengove is the Director of the Separation Science and Metabolomics Laboratory at Murdoch University, Perth, Australia. More
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Dr. Robert Trengove

Separation Science and Metabolomics Laboratory, Murdoch University, Australia

Dr. Robert Trengove is the Director of the Separation Science and Metabolomics Laboratory at Murdoch University and a Node Leader of Metabolomics Australia. He graduated from the University of Adelaide with Honours in 1979 and completed a PhD in the Department of Physical & Inorganic Chemistry in 1984 working on Diffusion and Thermal Diffusion in Binary Gas Mixtures to investigate Intermolecular Potentials with Peter Dunlop. He was then awarded a postdoctoral position at Imperial College of Science and Technology, University of London, Department of Chemical Engineering and Chemical Technology, in the IUPAC Commission on Thermodynamics and Thermochemistry, Thermophysical Properties Data Centre from 1984-1986.