Dr. Benjamin Tuck started his professional development with Curtin, receiving a Bachelor of Science in 2016 with First Class Honours. During this research, Ben developed an interest in microbial ecosystems and their impact on materials degradation (microbiologically influenced corrosion; MIC).
After gaining experience as a technician, Ben completed a PhD specialising in microbiologically influenced corrosion (MIC) mechanisms and mitigation, where he received the Chancellor’s Commendation for his research. Ben also worked on industry-driven projects and lectured in medical and health sciences throughout his study.
Ben is passionate about the advancement and communication of science to all audiences, joining TECHT to deliver world-leading MIC consultancy services.