Natalia is an Environmental Biotechnologist with a background in Bioprocess Engineering and Industrial Biotechnology. At Isle Utilities Natalia works as Technology Consultant in the UK delivering projects for water utilities and industrial clients globally. She is part of the technology due diligence team and the consultancy team.
She has got more than ten years of experience in research work in bioprocess design, development, and implementation in the areas of industrial biotechnology and microbiology, and her experience includes working on projects concerning upcycling food waste through insect production (Cranfield University, UK), valorisation routes of microalgae biomass for biofuel production according to biorefinery concept (Almeria University, Spain) and biochemical analysis of bacterial lipid markers (Polish Academy of Sciences, Poland). For her EngD degree as a part of the Industrial Doctorate Centre for the Water Sector (STREAM) Natalia undertook the research aiming to understand how Fat, Oil and Grease (FOG) deposits form in the sewer networks and how they can be effectively managed using bio-additive products.
M.Sc. in Biotechnology, Major in Environmental Biotechnology, Wroclaw University of Technology, Poland
Master in Industrial and Agroalimentary Biotechnology, Almeria University, Spain
EngD in Water Engineering, Cranfield University (2017- present)