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CSCT students pitch to win prize at 'Engineering YES'

Four PhD students from the CSCT developed and pitched a viable business plan to potential funding bodies, and were awarded the Best Environmental Project prize.

Working towards food security with Syngenta

Final year CSCT student George Gregory blogs about her industrial placement with Syngenta in Bracknell

CSCT Collaborative research on solar cells presented in France

Researchers from the CSCT, the Catalonia Institute for Energy Research (iREC) and the University of Barcelona presented their collaborative research at the European Materials Research Society (E-MRS) Spring Meeting on 5 May 2016 at the Grand Palais, Lille, France.

CSCT Brazilian diaries: Visit to University of Campinas

A blog post by Jamie Courtenay of the CSCT '14 Cohort.

CSCT solar cell research is scientific highlight in ILL report

Research published by CSCT PhD student Oliver Weber in the Weller group of Department of Chemistry, is featured as one of the scientific highlights from 2015 in the annual report of the Institut Laue-Langevin (ILL), an international neutron source in Grenoble, France.

CSCT PhD student shares his experiences at Yonsei University

Dan Davies of the '14 cohort blogs about his learning and teaching experience in Japan.

Ten things CSCT students learnt at Bath Taps into Science

CSCT students tried out their public engagement skills at the annual Bath Taps into Science fair.

CSCT team wins 'Engineering YES' Bristol Heat

Engineering YES is a competitive three-day course directed at researchers to help bridge the gap between academic research and a viable business, a journey often christened “the valley of death”.

Students encourage engineers to take up busking

A group of PhD students at the University of Bath is looking to recruit enthusiastic engineers to a new busking group to help change public perceptions of engineering.

Students encourage engineers to take up busking

A group of PhD students at the University of Bath is looking to recruit enthusiastic engineers to a new busking group to help change public perceptions of engineering.

I'm a Scientist, get me out of here: Climate change zone

CSCT student Helena Quilter blogs about her experiences: "It’s a bit like X Factor for scientists, where school pupils are the judges."

Reinforcing theory & technical knowledge in Durham

Oli Weber, third year CSCT student, attended the biennial powder diffraction school held at the University of Durham, along with scientists and engineers from all over the world.

Registration now open for CSCT Summer Showcase: 11 & 12 Jul

Organised by the EPSRC Centre for Doctoral Training (CDT) in Sustainable Chemical Technologies, the Summer Showcase is designed to provide a forum on recent developments and future plans in the field of Sustainability.

CSCT student gives RSC public lecture on nanoporous materials

Student Jemma Rowlandson has been invited to give a Royal Society of Chemistry public lecture on nanoporous materials on 21 April.

'Pee power': turning urine into electricity

Our researchers have developed an innovative miniature fuel cell that can create electricity from urine

‘Pee power’ as researchers turn urine into a sustainable power source for powering electronic devices

Researchers at the University of Bath have developed an innovative miniature fuel cell that can generate electricity from urine, creating an affordable, renewable and carbon-neutral way of generating power.

The secret life of a computational scientist

In this first of a series of Secret Life blogs, you will get an insight into the life of an anonymous Computational Scientist at the CSCT.

Trio of CSCT students attend 6th European Kesterite Workshop

A blog post by Mako Ng, student from the Centre for Sustainable Chemical Technologies.

CSCT goes wild: teepee tents, deer skinning & Predator

As a team-building activity each year, the first year CSCT students go on a residential course that challenges their understanding of the natural world, and the nature of the balance that humans have with it.

CSCT students receive top tips from Bath graduates

Dr Duygu Celebi and Dr Alf Hill met over 45 enthusiastic PhD students to give insights into their careers and advice for next steps, illustrating the varied career paths that a PhD in Sustainable Chemical Technologies can lead to.