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Thu Jul 13 11:15:00 BST 2017

Thu Jul 13 11:15:00 BST 2017

Successful 8th annual Summer Showcase: talks, panel discussions, polls, ignite talks and more

Thu Jul 13 11:15:00 BST 2017

On 10 and 11 July, the CSCT Summer Showcase brought together over 200 academics, students and industrial representatives from around the world – all with an interest in this year's theme of circular economy. The conference was held in the East Building of University of Bath and organised by the PhD students of EPSRC Centre for Doctoral Training in Sustainable Chemical Technologies. read more »

Wed Jun 21 15:27:00 BST 2017

Wed Jun 21 15:27:00 BST 2017

Plastic from sugar and carbon dioxide

Wed Jun 21 15:27:00 BST 2017

Some biodegradable plastics could in the future be made using sugar and carbon dioxide, replacing unsustainable plastics made from crude oil, following research by scientists from the CSCT. read more »

Thu Jun 08 23:02:00 BST 2017

Thu Jun 08 23:02:00 BST 2017

Cellulose biodegradable microbeads could cut microplastics ocean pollution

Thu Jun 08 23:02:00 BST 2017

Scientists and engineers from the CSCT have developed biodegradable cellulose microbeads from a sustainable source that could potentially replace harmful plastic ones that contribute to ocean pollution. read more »

Thu May 11 16:54:00 BST 2017

Thu May 11 16:54:00 BST 2017

Professor Saiful Islam wins Royal Society of Chemistry award

Thu May 11 16:54:00 BST 2017

Professor of Materials Chemistry, Saiful Islam, has won the Royal Society of Chemistry Peter Day Award for 2017. read more »

Thu May 11 16:48:00 BST 2017

Thu May 11 16:48:00 BST 2017

Kasia Smug and Emma Sackville crowned winner and runner-up at Three Minute Thesis Final

Thu May 11 16:48:00 BST 2017

A packed lecture theatre during Saturday’s University Festival saw CSCT PhD students take home the winner and runner-up prizes for this year’s Three Minute Thesis (3MT) competition. read more »

Tue May 02 11:22:00 BST 2017

Tue May 02 11:22:00 BST 2017

Tiny ‘cages’ to keep vaccine supplies safe

Tue May 02 11:22:00 BST 2017

Vaccines and antibodies could be transported and stored without refrigeration by capturing them in tiny silica ‘cages’, a discovery which could make getting vital medicines to remote or dangerous places much easier, cheaper and safer. read more »

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