Research interests:

Cosmochemistry, Meteorites, Asteroids, Astrobiology, Planetary science, Geology

Career history:

-BSc. Earth Science, University of Glasgow (2014-2018)
-MSc. Planetary Science, University of Glasgow (2018-2019) – Thesis Title: Characterisation of terrestrial weathering products in Ordinary and carbonaceous CM chondrites.

Currently:
-PhD Candidate, University of Glasgow (2019-Present) – Project Title: Space Weathering of Carbonaceous Asteroids and its Astrobiological Implications.
-Graduate Teaching Assistant, Earth Science and Geography, University of Glasgow (2019-present)

Active research projects:

Space Weathering of Carbonaceous Asteroids and its Astrobiological Implications.

Recent publications:

Floyd, C. J., Lee, M.R. (2019) Parent Body/Terrestrial Alteration of Fe,Ni Metal in Carbonaceous and Ordinary Chondrites: Implications for Sample Return. 82nd Annual Meeting of The Meteoritical Society, Sapporo, Japan 7th-12th Jul 2019 (Abstract)

Fitzer, S. C., Plancq, J., Floyd, C. J., Kemp, F. M., Toney, J. L. (2019) Increased pCO2 changes the lipid production in important aquacultural feedstock Algae Isochysis galbana, but not in Tetraselmis suecica. Aquaculture and Fisheries. Volume 4. Issue 4. pp 142-148