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...
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...
Video: 3 Minute Thesis competition runner-up Michael Joyes
On Tuesday 5 June, eight doctoral students including CSCT student Michael Joyes competed against the clock in the University's Three Minute Thesis (3MT®) Final. Michael was announced runner-up in the competition. Hear about his experience in this video.
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If you haven't seen already, we may have started a new social media trend where PhD students and academics across the globe are feeling poetic describing their research in a limerick! See #PhDlimerick on twitter. We’d love to see your...
Research Rocket sets out healthy futures for early career researcher community
CSCT student Marcus Johns was one of the 12 speakers who delivered a six minute presentation, in which he set out his research and why it matters. He also explained his motivations and progress in his research journeys, including advice...
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...
Powering our world of the future: Sustainable transport fuels from microalgae
Final year student Jon Wagner was one of the five shortlisted finalists for The Ede and Ravenscroft Prize. The Ede and Ravenscroft Prize is an annual award for the best postgraduate research student awarded for the first time in 1991 and is...
CSCT team wins 'Engineering YES' Bristol Heat
This post was contributed by James Coombs OBrien. “Explain it to me like I’m a clever 12-year-old” was blurted at me as I tried to explain my PhD, and potential business, to a straight faced venture capitalist. “Quite frankly I...
A Chemical Engineer on a Project Management internship at Wessex Water
PhD student, Jon Chouler, went on a three-month internship with Wessex Water in Bath. We asked him how he got on. First of all, how did you find this internship? One word: Persistence! In the process of finding a placement, I made sure to...
Fuel Cell Technology & Applications Conference, Naples, Italy.
CSCT student, Jon Chouler attended and gave a talk at the 6th European Fuel Cell Technology & Applications Piero Lunghi Conference (EFC), in Napoli, Italy. As well as being located in a beautiful city beside the Mediterranean Sea and the...