Beau Webber

Beau Webber is an Honorary Research Fellow at the University of Kent’s School of Physical Sciences in England, and in recent years has held a similar position with the Institute of Petroleum Engineering at Heriot-Watt University in Scotland. He is the director of Lab-Tools in Canterbury. Lab-Tools is a micro-SME (the European Union’s term for small company) that does nanometric studies and nanometrology analyses for and with research organizations, universities, and companies, on a worldwide basis. His research interests include the study of matter that is structured on the nanoscale to microscale using NMR and neutron scattering.

Beau Webber Published January 31, 2012

Materials Science | Geophysics

An NMR technique tracks the diffusion of water molecules to obtain micron-scale structural information about a porous material.