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  • Reflections of our MRes year

    Cohort 2017 reflect on key moments from their MRes year.

  • Cohort 18: Experts In The Field

    Cohort '18 spent three days on Magdalen Farm in October 2018; an organic working farm set on the edge of Dorset. The cadre participated in team building activities and a tour of the farm's sustainable practices. The following post was...

  • Meet Cohort 2018

    In October 2018, 16 new students joined our EPSRC CDT in Sustainable Chemical Technologies. The following post was designed by Matthew Cowley and Calum Hand to introduce the new cohort. Read more about them on our website.  

  • Changing Water

    Caitlin is a third year PhD student working with Dr Jannis Wenk on photocatalysis for wastewater treatment to remove emerging contaminants. In the last week of May, I travelled to China for the International Water Association (IWA) 15th Leading Edge...

  • Alumni Reflections

    More than 50 students have now graduated from the CSCT. Spread across the globe, these graduates continue to benefit from our vast and varied network long after they leave. Marking the 10th anniversary of the Centre, we asked our alumni...

  • 11 Networking Tips from a Young Water Professional

    I have heard the advice “You have to build a network to progress in your career” a countless number of times, but how do you network? Back in April, I attended the IWA Young Water Professional (YWP) UK Conference at...

  • Taking Marie-Curie on a Eurotrip

    In February a group of six PhD students, also known as… Five CSCT students and a computer science student OR, Two Germans, a Belgian, an Italian, a Catalan and a Brazilian OR, Two second year PhD students and four first...

  • Bath Taps Into Science 2018

    At 9:30 on Friday morning, a quarter hour before the doors opened, there were already a crowd of excited children queueing outside. Nervous at the prospect of being ambushed by 1500 kids, we put the finishing touches on our ocean...

  • 5 Steps for having a Top-Koality Research Visit

    1. Be very flexible! I had a fantastic experience on my placement, both scientifically and personally, and I think that one of the reasons it worked out so well is flexibility. The initial idea was to visit Rob Atkin’s group...

  • 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...