Events

  • The New Future of Food

    My name is Jessica Pinheiro de Lucena-Thomas and I am a Marie Curie FIRE PhD Fellow at the University of Bath. I am in my second year at the CSCT working towards my PhD on “Organoid Expansion Bioreactor Development” with...

  • 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...

  • 10 ways we made the most of a conference in China

    The following blog is written by Maria Weber and Carlos Lopez. Maria is a final year PhD student in Professor Tony James' group working on diagnostic tools for early cancer detection. Carlos is also a final year PhD student working...

  • High Performance Computing Symposium 2018

    Computational simulations are becoming ever more integral to scientific research. Thanks to advances in computer hardware and modelling techniques, computational chemists are now able to accurately predict properties of materials before they are synthesised, explain what is going on at...

  • 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...

  • PACCON 2018 – Adventures in Thailand

    In February 2018, I was lucky enough to travel to Thailand with other members of the Bull and James groups to attend the Pure and Applied Chemistry Conference (PACCON) in Hat Yai, Thailand. The theme of the conference was 'Chemistry...

  • Presenting at the 255th National Meeting of the American Chemical Society in New Orleans

    One humid Sunday in March 2018, 16,585 chemists gathered in New Orleans for the 255th National Meeting of the American Chemical Society. The ACS holds meetings twice a year, and the theme of this Spring meeting was “Nexus of Food,...

  • STEM4Britain at the Houses of Parliament

    Back in March, second year PhD student Bethan Charles travelled to the Houses of Parliament to attend STEM for Britain Annual poster competition, which supports and promotes Britain's early-career research scientists and engineers. As politics is a game, she made a...

  • 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...