Events: Chemistry

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The Growth of Natural Sciences Teachers, we are offering an after-school webinar to enable you to support and advise students with an interest in studying STEM subjects at university, and who may be undecided about which path to take. Find out how the degree course is structured and the opportunities it brings, as well as…
Smart Plastics: Using vitrimer chemistry to produce re-processable thermosets, and re-configurable actuators The one hour lecture starts at 17:00, and there will be a small reception after the lecture, from 18:00-19:00. The mantra of modern “recycling” is the circle of Reduce-Reuse-Recycle. Recycling of plastics has become notorious: the very same properties that make plastics so…
We look forward to welcoming you to Leeds Festival of Science 2020! There are events across Leeds for you to enjoy between 6th and 25th March 2020. We are looking forward to working with schools and colleges during a festival packed with activities for Key Stage 2 to Key Stage 5 and teachers involving science,…
Do you currently teach high attaining Year 10 and Year 11 students? Many students are interested in medicine but not all will become doctors. Join us for our Medicine – Not just about medics event where your students will participate in three different practical activities from subjects across STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths), exploring…
Are you in year 12 or 13 with an interest in studying chemistry or chemical engineering at the next level? Join us for a taster day where you will experience life as an undergraduate student. Carry out practical experiments in our teaching labs, discover new subjects, explore the campus and speak to current staff and…
The  event aims to give young scientists a comprehensive introduction to this multidisciplinary science subject, whilst offering the chance to experience life as an undergraduate student at the University of Leeds. The food industry is one of the largest employers in the world, and offers excellent career opportunities to food science graduates. Scientists are constantly…
Researchers in Chemistry will explain some of the analytical techniques they use and why, before giving you the chance to try a few for yourself. This will be an opportunity to speak to chemistry students informally as well as experience undergraduate level lab work; identifying painkillers using infra-red spectroscopy, melting point analysis and thin layer…
Researchers in Chemistry will explain some of the analytical techniques they use and why, before giving you the chance to try a few for yourself. This will be an opportunity to speak to chemistry students informally as well as experience undergraduate level lab work; identifying painkillers using infra-red spectroscopy, melting point analysis and thin layer…
Are you currently in year 11 or 12 with an interest in studying chemistry at the next level? Join us for a taster day where you will experience life as an undergraduate chemist by carrying out practical experiments in our teaching labs, exploring the campus and speaking to current staff and students in the School…
‘Seeing the invisible’ Prof Andy Beeby (Durham University) Suitable for Year 10 – Year 12 pupils. We take vision for granted, but beyond the limits of the visible spectrum there lies a wealth of spectral information waiting to be discovered.  Some creatures already know about this – for example cats, dogs and many insects can…