What Do You Actually Do!? Episode 28: Tom Ronson, Process Development Chemist


Today's episode of What Do You Actually Do!? will be focusing on working within the pharmaceutical sector. We interviewed Tom Ronson, who currently works as a Process Development Chemist at AstraZeneca. (Please note: This episode was recorded before the global pandemic) Subscribe on your favourite platform. About Tom Tom works as a process development chemist … Continue reading What Do You Actually Do!? Episode 28: Tom Ronson, Process Development Chemist

What Do You Actually Do!? Episode 23: Aiden Heeley-Hill, PhD Student


Today's episode of What Do You Actually Do!? will be focusing on studying a PhD in general, but more specifically in Chemistry. We interviewed PhD student, Aiden Heeley-Hill who is studying Atmospheric Chemistry and has a keen interest in science communication. Subscribe on your favourite platform now. About Aiden Aiden is a PhD candidate in … Continue reading What Do You Actually Do!? Episode 23: Aiden Heeley-Hill, PhD Student

Engineering, Renewables and Chemistry events


Graduate engineer show 30 October 2013, Derby, brings together some of the greatest businesses in the engineering field with emerging engineering talent of tomorrow. http://www.thegraduateengineershow.co.uk/ RenewableUK annual conference 5 – 7 November at the NEC, Birmingham, includes a careers fair on 7 November. The place for anyone interested in working in the renewables industry to … Continue reading Engineering, Renewables and Chemistry events

Royal Society of Chemistry teacher training scholarships 2013/14


The Royal Society of Chemistry (RSC) is offering 130 teacher training scholarships for the training year 2013/2014, each worth £20,000 (tax free). Run in partnership with the Department for Education, the scholarship also includes a support package from the RSC: RSC membership for 2 years; access to national and regional RSC support networks through local … Continue reading Royal Society of Chemistry teacher training scholarships 2013/14

The GlaxoSmithKline Residential Chemistry Training Experience 2013 – fully funded week-long training course


This is a fully-funded, week-long training course (15 - 20 September 2013) designed to give you practical experience of the work of a graduate chemist in the pharmaceutical industry.  Based in the GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) research laboratories we will provide you with personalised laboratory tuition together with coaching in interview technique, presentation skills and working in … Continue reading The GlaxoSmithKline Residential Chemistry Training Experience 2013 – fully funded week-long training course