Case Studies

  • Meet Cohort 2017

    In October 2017, fourteen new students joined the Centre for Sustainable Chemical Technologies. Ahead of volunteering at the upcoming 'Bath Taps Into Science'  festival, they thought now would be a good time to introduce themselves. The following post was designed by Jasmine...

  • Developing the Next Generation of Solar Cells at Oxford PV

    Since January I’ve been working with scientists and engineers at Oxford Photovoltaics, a start-up company spun out from Oxford University research that aims to scale up and commercialise perovskite solar cells (so named for the crystal structure of the absorber...

  • Meet our Cohort 2016

    19 students, all passionate about sustainable chemical technologies, joined the CSCT in September this year. The following post is designed by Alison Ryder and Megan Stalker to sum up who they are, their different backgrounds and reasons for joining the Centre.  Interested in joining us next...

  • Reflections of our MRes year

    CSCT cohort 2014 graduated with flying colours on 9 December 2015 at the Assembly Rooms in Bath. Out of the 16 students, 6 graduated with distinction and 9 with merit. As they move on to their first year of PhD, they reflect on their...

  • Video: Meet the new students - Cohort 2015

    During the induction week, our new starters ventured over to the nerve-racking TV studio where they shared with us their motivations of joining the CSCT. (Includes bloopers!)  

  • Video: CSCT Alumni Interview: Rhodri Jenkins

    We interviewed Rhodri Jenkins, a recent graduate of the CSCT. He reflects on his PhD journey and tells us a little bit about his current work. Rhodri will be soon be moving to New Mexico to start a new position as...

  • A few words with our graduate, Duygu Celebi

    We interviewed Duygu Celebi, who has recently completed her PhD thesis at the CSCT and moved on to become a Senior Formulation Scientist at Unilever in Connecticut, USA. Tell us how you started your journey as a PhD student? I came...