Events

  • Could hydrogen be the answer?

    Second year CSCT student, Jemma Rowlandson, writes about her research topic of materials for hydrogen storage. Jemma recently won the regional finals of the Institution of Engineering and Technology's Present Around the World Competition and won a prize of £300 and a place...

  • Emma takes on FameLab

    Second-year CSCT student Emma Sackville made it to the UK final of this year's FameLab competition at the Bloomsbury Theatre in London. Emma has written this blog about her Famelab experience, including the FameLab bootcamp she took part in! You can watch...

  • Back to the Future at #cheltscifest

    It was Cheltenham Science Festival last week! Our first years were very busy with their water themed stall and second year Matt Camilleri volunteered in the Back to the Future zone. Here's Matt's take on the day. Keep your eyes...

  • Can Chemistry Be Green?

    On the 11th of April, CSCT students Emma Sackville, Jemma Rowlandson, Paul McKeown, Shawn Rood and Helena Quilter ran a workshop on Sustainable Chemical Technologies at Bath Royal Literary and Scientific Institute (BRLSI). Here’s how we got on! Spending your Friday...

  • Global CO2 calculator launch

    Second year CSCT student, James Stephenson recently attended the 2015 Global CO2 calculator launch and had a go at calculating projected CO2 levels using his own energy and climate pathway. Here are his thoughts after attending the event. Recently I attended...

  • A Week of Firsts: Lecture in Malta and TEDx Bath

    It's been a busy week for 2nd year CSCT student Matthew Camilleri! Matt was invited to give a lecture about his work on "Photo Flow Organo Catalysis for Sustainable Redox Chemistry" at the University of Malta, where he did his undergraduate degree....

  • ChemEngDay 2015

    Four students from the CSCT: Stephen Bradley, Dominic Ferdani, Richard Maltby and Jon Chouler, recently attended and presented posters at ChemEngDay 2015, hosted by the University of Sheffield for IChemE. The event had over 350 Chemical Engineers from academia and industry. This report...

  • Plastics from corn

    Our third year CSCT student, Paul McKeown took part in the Three Minute Thesis (3MT®) competition held at University of Bath. The competition challenges doctoral candidates to present a compelling spoken presentation on their research topic and its significance to...

  • We live in a world of waste.

    Our third year CSCT student, Chris Davey took part in the Three Minute Thesis (3MT®) competition held at University of Bath. The competition challenges doctoral candidates to present a compelling spoken presentation on their research topic and its significance to a...

  • The IET Present Around the World competition

    Second year CSCT student Jemma Rowlandson recently won the local round of the Institution of Engineering and Technology's Present Around the World (PATW) competition and will be seen again in the National (Area) competition held in June. Here's how she got on: Ever...