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July

22-23 July: Chemistry Camp for Wallingford Schools Academy, Bristol ChemLabS

The third Bristol ChemLabS two-day residential chemistry experience of the summer season was for 20 gifted and talented students in Years 11 and 12 students. 18 students came from the Wallingford School Academy, Oxfordshire and two from other schools in Bristol and The Wirral. The event included practical workshops, lectures, tours and demonstration lectures and an evening stay at a hall of residence. Talks were given by Tim Harrison on ‘Gases in the Air’, 'Pulque: A Mesoamerican Elixir of Life', given by Bristol Postgraduate student Marisol Correa Ascencio and on how the university application UCAS system works by Jenny Slaughter.

The practical sessions included extracting a natural product, synthesising a drug, using analytical methods such as uv-visible and infra red spectroscopies and thin layer chromatography. Students used many tens of thousands of pounds worth of equipment. The students were assisted in their practical work by postgraduates Jen Bulpett and Sarah Glover.

More photos of the event can be found here.

For information about future chemistry camps please contact Tim Harrison at t.g.harrison@bristol.ac.uk.

11 -12 July: 2013 Chemistry Experience Summer Camp 2

This two day residential stay at Bristol ChemLabS was targeted at students in Years 11 and 12 who are from state schools in North London and South Birmingham in the main. The camp gave the targeted cohort of state school students a full university experience with laboratory work, lectures, talks, tours and a stay in university hall of residence so that they can more easily picture themselves at university in the future. The event also provided high quality curriculum support to students either in Post 16 Chemistry study or for those expecting to start it.

The practical sessions included extracting a natural product, synthesising a drug, using analytical methods such as uv-visible and infra red spectroscopies and thin layer chromatography. Students used many tens of thousands of pounds worth of equipment. The students were assisted in their practical work by postgraduates Jen Bulpett and Sarah Glover.

Talks were given by Tim Harrison on ‘Gases in the Air’, 'Pulque: A Mesoamerican Elixir of Life', given by Bristol Postgraduate student Marisol Correa Ascencio and on how the university application UCAS system works by Jon Charmant.

This camp was sponsored by the University of Bristol for students from the targeted cohorts. Students only needed to get themselves to and from the university. Around 40 students were invited to attend with 16 students actually in attendance.

For information about future chemistry camps please contact Tim Harrison at t.g.harrison@bristol.ac.uk.

Images from the camp may be found here.

11-12 July: Chemistry Open Summer Camp 2013

This two day and one night residential stay at Bristol ChemLabS was for students in Years 11 and 12 with a keen on the Chemical Sciences. This camp ran parallel to the ‘Chemistry Experience Summer Camp 2’ taking place at the same time. See that report for details.

Six students attended this course from schools in the south of England or South Wales.

This camp is run annually-contact chem-net@bristol.co.uk ort.g.harrison@bristol.ac.uk for more information.

09-10 July: 2013 Chemistry Experience Summer Camp 1

This two day residential stay at Bristol ChemLabS was targeted at students in Years 11 and 12 who are from state schools in Cornwall, Wales and Northern Ireland. The camp gave the targeted cohort of state school students a full university experience with laboratory work, lectures, talks and tours so that they can more easily picture themselves at university in the future. The event also provided high quality curriculum support to students either in Post 16 Chemistry study or for those expecting to start it.

The practical sessions included extracting a natural product, synthesising a drug, using analytical methods such as uv-visible and infra red spectroscopies and thin layer chromatography. Students used many tens of thousands of pounds worth of equipment. The students were assisted in their practical work by postgraduates Jen Bulpett and Sarah Glover.

Talks were given by Tim Harrison on ‘Gases in the Air’, 'Pulque: A Mesoamerican Elixir of Life', given by Bristol Postgraduate student Marisol Correa Ascencio and on how the university application UCAS system works by Jenny Slaughter

This camp was sponsored by the University of Bristol for students from the targeted cohorts. Students only needed to get themselves to and from the university. Around 40 students were invited to attend with 18 students actually in attendance.

For information about future chemistry camps please contact Tim Harrison at t.g.harrison@bristol.ac.uk.

Images form the camp may be found here

"I just wanted to say a big thank you for the chem camp. One of my students came in a told me it was amazing and absolutely loved it and was bursting with excitement! " Head of Chemistry

Our thanks go to the Ed Walsh, science advisor in Cornwall and to the teachers that supported the application of their students.


08 July: Sutton Trust Summer School Chemistry Morning, Bristol ChemLabS

Nineteen Year 12 students from the Sutton Trust Summer School spent the morning working in the undergraduate teaching laboratories where they extracted caffeine from tea before running an infra red spectrum and a sublimation point on their samples. The students came from a wide area of southern England, the Midlands and South Wales.

Research chemists Jen Bulpett and Sarah Abel assisted the students with their practical work.

This annual event is organised annually by the University of Bristol's Widening Participation Office.

08 July: Caffeine Extraction Day, East Somerset Partnership

9 Year 9 students from Sexey’s School and 14 Year 10 students from Ansford Academy visited Bristol ChemLabS for the day. An extraction of caffeine task was set in the teaching laboratories in the morning. In the afternoon Marisol Correa Ascencio presented an archaeological chemistry talk on the Mexican drink ‘Pulque’ and Tim Harrison gave a performance of ‘A Pollutant’s Tale’.

Research chemists Jen Bulpett, Sarah Abel and Grace Cookey assisted the students with their practical work.

08 July: Aimhigher Unitaster Summer School, Bristol ChemLabS

Around 50 Year 11 students from the south-west region, each with the ability to progress to Higher Education, saw a performance of 'A Pollutant's Tale' given by Tim Harrison as part of their residential university experience week.

This annual event is organised by the University of Bristol's Widening Participation Office.

04 July: DUX Winners Caffeine Extraction Visit, Bristol ChemLabS

Alison Rivett led the caffeine extraction morning of the visit by 48 KS4 DUX Winners to the University of Bristol. Many of the students had teachers with them. The morning session allowed the school students from all over the south of the UK to see what it is like to work and study in an undergraduate teaching laboratory.

The visit was organised by the Russell Group through Bristol’s Widening Participation & Undergraduate Recruitment Office. The Russell Group is to provide is a consortium of the 24 major research-intensive universities of the UK.

Postgraduate chemists Sarah Glover, Godi Tatolo, Grace Cookey and Sewa Abdullah assisted the students with their practical work.

01 – 03 July: Maltese Chemistry Camp 2013

The annual visit to Bristol ChemLabS by 20 senior students from St Aloysius College in Birkirkara,Malta again joined the Bristol-Trinity Summer School. For a full report see ‘Bristol- Trinity College Dublin Chemistry Camp 2013’.

The Maltese were in the UK from 30 June until the 04 July and enjoyed tours of the cities Bristol and Bath as part of their visit to the UK. The event was led by Assistant Headmaster Daniel Buhagiar.

The Bristol ChemLabS experience enables the students to build deeper connections with Chemistry which will finally lead to successful learning. In this way Chemistry does not remain as an alien subject but is seen as a dynamic product”  Mr Daniel Buhagiar - Assistant Headmaster

“This trip has been so much more than can be described in the words Chemistry Camp…a chance to jump into the life of an undergraduate chemist, discover a new city and the life of a university student, make life-long international friends and above all delve beyond the realm of classroom science.”  Simran Mohnani

Areport from the Times of Malta newspaper can be found here.

01 – 05 July: Bristol- Trinity College Dublin Chemistry Camp 2013

4 UK students, 26 students from the Dublin area and 20 students from StAloysius College, Malta took part in the 9th Bristol –Trinity College Dublin Summer School that has taken place in the last 8 years.

The Bristol section of the camp saw a full programme of practical work, tours, talks and ten pin bowling. The students explored the iodine clock reaction and aspects of polymer chemistry, extracted caffeine from tea, synthesised benzocaine and a cobalt complex, and analysed drug mixtures through TLC and UV visible spectroscopy. The students also toured NMR, electron microscopy, mass spectrometry and GCMS.

The Irish and UK students then travelled to Trinity College Dublin for further lab work and talks. There the students extracted both carvone isomers from mint and caraway seeds and subjected their samples to polarimetry, infra-red spectroscopy and NMR. The students also took part in the annual analytical titration where sample of bleach were analysed. The last practical of the camp was a task involving microscale transition metal chemistry. The students had opportunity to explore some of Dublin.

Talks were presented by Preeti Kaur (‘Extremophiles) and Gordon Inglis (‘Eocine Climate’). Tim Harrison gave an evening lecture demonstration on ‘Gases in the Air’ in Bristol and a talk on ‘Perfume Chemistry’ in Dublin.

In both Bristol and Dublin the students had the opportunity to experience life in halls of residence.

Bristol STEM Ambassadors Sarah Glover, Amir Kaspar, Jen Bulpett, James Fothergill, Godi Tatolo, Ikenna Ndukwe, Nick Taylor, Vicky Swinerd, Tim Heal, Ben Mills, Steph Flynn and Chris Brown assisted the students at various times with their practical work in the laboratories. Bristol chemist Jen Bulpett accompanied the group to Dublin.

The Irish schools, mainly from around the Dublin area, attending were: Colaiste (Raithin), Templeogue College, Loreto Abbey (Dalkey), St Mark’s Community School, The Hiugh School, Malahide Community School, Confey Community College ( Leixlip) , Scoil Iosa, Jesus and Mary College, St Brigid’s College, Ardscoil Eanna, Palmerston Community School,  St Raphaela’s Secondary School, Colaiste (Iosogain), Ardscoil Ris, Moyle Park College.

Images from the Bristol Camp can be found here

June

27 June: Caffeine Extraction and Benzocaine Synthesis Day, Bristol ChemLabS

26 Year 12 students from Wellsway School (Bristol) were joined by 32 Year 12 students from Bryanston School (Blandford, Dorset) and a private individual for a morning of practical chemistry. Bryanston School synthesised benzocaine and Wellsway students extracted caffeine from tea leaves.

In the afternoon the students were split into two groups to receive talks and lecture demonstrations in turn. Research Chemists Gordon Inglis gave a talk on work on the palaeoclimate and Marisol Correa Ascencio gave a talk on ‘Pulque’ a Mexican nutritional, if not alcoholic, drink made from mature cactus plant sap.

Postgraduate chemists Charlie Renney, Mark Lunt, Matt England and Sewa Abdullah assisted the school students in the laboratories.

26 June: Science Day, Open Laboratories Programme, Bristol

46 students from Years 10 and 12 from Rendcomb College (Gloucs) spent the day at Bristol ChemLabS. The 14 Year 12 synthesised benzocaine while the 32 KS 4 students extracted benzocaine from tea during the morning in the Undergraduate Teaching Laboratories.  As a consequence of the University Open Day. The afternoon saw two groups formed to alternate between time spent at Postgraduate talks and a demonstration lecture. Postgraduate Nick Taylor gave a talk on the pharmaceutical industry and Marisol Correa Ascencio presented an archaeological chemistry talk on the Mexican drink ‘Pulque’. Tim Harrison gave a talk on what is and is not a chemical reaction.

Postgraduate chemists Maire Power, Amir Kaspar, Sewa Abdullah and Godi Tatolo assisted the students with their practical work.

25 June: Open Laboratory Programme, Bristol ChemLabS

A total of 35 Year 10, 11 and 12 students from wells Cathedral School (Somerset) spent a very full day at Bristol ChemLabS enjoying a morning of practical sessions on a natural product extraction and the synthesis of benzocaine. The caffeine extraction group were joined by 3 Y10 students from Clifton College (Bristol).

In the afternoon the students enjoyed an archaeological chemistry talk on ‘Pulque’ by researcher Marisol Correa Ascencio and a lecture demonstration by Tim Harrison.

Postgraduate chemists Sarah Glover and Maddie Burke assisted the students with their practical work.

Unsolicited feedback received from students from The King Alfred School: “An awesome insight into my Chemistry based future”. “It was an excellent day using advanced equipment that I look forward to using in the future”” The trip was inspirational. It reminded me of what I am aiming for and has made the work I’ve done over the last year seem worthwhile, A* 10/10 would recommend.

24 June: Drug Chemistry Day, Open Laboratory Programme  

A total of 58 Year 12 students from Queen Elizabeth Hospital (QEH, Bristol), Sherborne School for Girls (Dorset), King Alfred School Burnham (Somerset) and The Kings of Wessex Community CofE VC School (Cheddar) spent a full day in Bristol ChemLabs engaged in several programmes.

QEH students started the day with analytical chemistry sessions on ir, NMR and GCMS. All students then extracted caffeine from tea before lunch and used uv-visible spectroscopy in the undergraduate teaching laboratories in the afternoon.  The day also included a lecture on some aspects of drug chemistry was given by postgraduate chemist Nick Taylor and a lecture demonstration on kinetics was given by Tim Harrison.

Postgraduates chemists helping the students during the day were: Rory Power, Grace Cookey, Sewa Abdullah and Risa Nofiani.

20 June: County Technician Training Day, Pershore School, Worcester

Tim Harrison performed 'A Pollutant's Tale' for 180 Year 8 students at the Worcestershire training school.

20 June: Spectroscopy in a Suitcase Visit, St Mary Radcliffe School, Bristol

Postgraduate chemists James Fothergill went to the local school to give several sessions of spectroscopy during the day-long visit to a total of 55 Post 16 students and their teachers with the RSC sponsoredSpectroscopy in a Suitcase (SIAS) kit. Teacher’s needing more information about the local availability of this kit should see here.

18 June: 'A Pollutant’s Tale', Stroud High School, Gloucs

Tim Harrison gave an early morning lecture demonstration of gases chemistry to all 130 Year 9 girls at the Gloucestershire Specialist Science College as a conclusion to their recent work on the topic of ‘Chemistry of Air’.

The event was sponsored through a portfolio of NERC grants held by Bristol's Atmospheric Chemistry Research Group

14 June: Science Visit, Bristol Children's Hospital, Bristol

Bristol Chemiist Preeti Kaur and Sarah Glover spent time at the local hospital working with a total of 8 students aged between 8 and 17 years of age performing  and demonstrating experiments.

The event was sponsored through a portfolio of NERC grants held by Bristol's Atmospheric Chemistry Research Group.

07 June: School Lecture Demonstrations, Chipping Sodbury Festival, South Gloucs

Tim Harrison gave, for the fourth consecutive year, two presentations of the lecture demonstration 'Gases in the Air' to 115 Year 7 students from Chipping Sodbury School This annual event was held in the Charter Suite, Chipping Sodbury Town Hall.

05 June: Year 9 Laboratory Day, Sherborne School

51 Year 9 students from Sherborne spent the morning in the laboratories with a circus of experiments  related to polymer chemistry and a series of talks and lecture demonstrations in the afternoon. PhD chemist Gordon Inglis gave a talk on the palaeoclimate and Tim Harrison presented the lecture demonstration ‘Gases in the Air’.

Postgraduate demonstrators Sarah Abel, Nick Barron, Madeline Burke assisted the students with their practical work.

May

24 May: Demonstration Assemblies, The Malcolm Sargent Primary School, Stamford, Lincolnshire

Tim Harrison presented the demonstration assembly 'Gases in the Air' to 23 Year 7 students and 2 staff from the Stamford Queen Eleanor School during a visit to the area sponsored by AstraZeneca Science Teaching Trust (AZSTT) and coordinated by AZSTT Primary College member Nina Spilsbury as part of a major science event for the local cluster of schools.

21 May: The Salters’ Festival of Chemistry Competition 

Once again Bristol ChemLabS played host for the Salters' Festival of Chemistry competition. Fifteen teams spent the day attempting to solve 2 chemical tasks and enjoying a lecture demonstration. Each team comprised four Y7/8 students per school.   

The Salters' Competition results:

1st Exeter School (Devon)

2nd Clifton College Preparatory School (Bristol)

3rd Queen Elizabeth Hospital School (Bristol)

Bristol ChemLabS Competition results:

1st The King's School (Gloucester)

2nd Sidcot School (North Somerset)

3rd The Robert Blake Science College (Somerset)

The judges helping and assessing the students were: Grace Cooky, Jodi Tatolo and Risa Norfiani.

Gordon Inglis gave a talk to the teachers on palaeoclimate chemistry and Vicky Swinerd gave a tour of the School of Chemistry.

The schools attending were:

Balcarras School, Blundell's School, Bristol Cathedral Choir School, Clifton High School, Colston's Girls' School, Exeter School, Hanham High School, Queen Elizabeth's Hospital School, Redland Green School, Sidcot School, St. Katherine's School, The King's School, The Robert Blake Science College and Wellington School.

More images of the prizewinners are available here.

17 May: Year 10 STEM Conference for Girls, Red Maids' School, Bristol

Katie Lim led a 45 minute workshop each with 13 Yr 10 girls to discuss part of her work as an analytical chemist. Katie gave a talk on general organic geochemistry principles and discussed analytical chemistry using a Gas Chromatography (GC) case study. The students then had opportunity to use the Palaeodetective software (http://www.chemlabs.bris.ac.uk/outreach/resources/Palaeodetective.html ) and to ask Katie questions about being a female scientist.

15 May: EDF Energy Aspiration Raising Day 2, Somerset Schools

A total of 29 Year 10 students from two schools in Somerset spent the day at Bristol ChemLabS enjoying practical sessions and lectures in what has become an annual event. The students extracted caffeine from tea in the morning and saw two talks and a lecture demonstration in the afternoon; 'Pulque: A Mesoamerican Elixir of Life', was presented by Bristol Postgraduate student Marisol Correa Ascencio and Liam Dowson, from the University’s recruitment Office gave a short presentation on ‘What it is like to be an undergraduate at Bristol University’. Tim Harrison rounded off the afternoon with the lecture demonstration ‘Gases in the Air’. The Somerset schools in attendance were; Bridgwater College Academy and the Haygrove Academy.

Postgraduate chemists Sarah Glover, Jen Bullpett and Grace Cookey assisted the school students with their practical work.

The event was sponsored by EDF Energy and organised by Aimee Taylor, the Local Education Co-ordinator, NNB Hinkley Point. Email: aimee.taylor@edf-energy.com.

08 May: Atmospheric Chemistry Talk, Gordano School, Portishead, Bristol

Dudley Shallcross gave a masterclass in ‘Atmospheric Chemistry’ to 40 Year 12 and 13 chemists at this local school.

This event is sponsored by Bristol's Atmospheric Chemistry Research Group (ACRG) through NERC funded projects.

08 May: EDF Energy Aspiration Raising Day 1, Somerset Schools

A total of 71 Year 10 students from three schools in Somerset spent the day at Bristol ChemLabS enjoying practical sessions and lectures in what has become an annual event. The students extracted caffeine from tea in the morning and saw two talks and a lecture demonstration in the afternoon; 'Pulque: A Mesoamerican Elixir of Life', was presented by Bristol Postgraduate student Marisol Correa Ascencio and Liam Dowson, from the University’s recruitment Office gave a short presentation on ‘What it is like to be an undergraduate at Bristol University’. Tim Harrison rounded off the afternoon with the lecture demonstration ‘Gases in the Air’. The Somerset schools in attendance were; Chilton Trinity School Bridgwater, Bridgwater College Academy and  Robert Blake Science College.

Postgraduate chemists Sarah Glover, Ben Mills, Madeline Burke, Helen Pritchard-Smith and Helena Grady assisted the school students with their practical work.

The event is sponsored by EDF Energy and is organised by Aimee Taylor, the Local Education Co-ordinator, NNB Hinkley Point. Email: aimee.taylor@edf-energy.com.

07 May: Spectroscopy in a Suitcase Visit, Downside School, Radstock, Somerset

Postgraduate chemists Jen Bulpett and James Fothergill went to the Somerset school to give two sessions of spectroscopy with the RSC sponsored Spectroscopy in a Suitcase (SIAS) kit. 14 Post 16 students were present in total. Training was also given to chemistry staff so that they may borrow the kit in future. Informal talks on drugs chemistry were also given.

07 May: 'Gases in the Air', Corsham School, Corsham, Wiltshire

Tim Harrison gave an early morning performance of the ever popular lecture demonstration 'Gases in the Air' to all 220 students in Year 8 and 16 teachers at the Visual Arts College.

01 May: Polymer Chemistry Day, Sherborne School for Girls, Dorset

75 Year 10 students from the school  and two home educted students spent the day at the School of Chemistry engaged with a circus of practical experiments involving or making polymers in the morning and enjoying lectures after lunch as part of their annual visit to the university. Postgraduate chemist Marisol Correa Ascencio gave the talk 'Pulque: A Mesoamerican Elixir of Life', before Tim Harrison gave a talk on polymers and what is and isn’t chemistry.

Postgraduate and postdoctoral chemists and Jessica Bonham, Rory Power, Michelle Montgomery, Sewa Abdullah, Vicky Swinerd helped the students in laboratory.

More photos of the day can be found here.

April

20 April: Khanya Maths and Science Club, Albany Museum, Grahamstown, South Africa.

Tim Harrison, assisted by senior students and post doctoral chemists, gave a performance of ‘A Pollutant’s Tale’ to 30 young learners in grades 7-9 and mainly from township schools. This was followed by a maths class. Some learners travel for 2 hours each way for the voluntary extra tuition given by the chemistry students at Rhodes since 2002.

The ongoing Khanya Maths and Science Club for grade 7-12 learners is held on Saturday mornings during school terms within Grahamstown’s Albany Museum and  in the chemistry departments at Rhodes depending on school year.

Following the demonstration lecture a student commented to her lecturer that she and recognised Tim Harrison from when he came to Scifest in her grade 9 year- 5 years previously. The student was from Butterworth, a town in the Transkei.

Related papers:

(a)   Suthananda N Sunassee, Ryan M Young, Joyce D Sewry, Timothy G Harrison, Dudley E Shallcross. 'Creating Climate Change Awareness in South African Schools Through Practical Chemistry Demonstrations', Acta Didactica Napocensia, (5)4.

(b)  Tim Harrison, Dudley Shallcross, Nick Norman, Joyce Sewry and Mike Davies-Coleman. 'Publicising chemistry in a multicultural society through chemistry outreach', South African Journal of Science, 107, November 2011  

(c)  Tim Harrison ‘Occasional paper on Bristol ChemLabS links with South Africa.’ (2010)

14 - 19 April 2013 - Malta National Student Travel Foundation (NSTF) Science Expo Week

Alison Rivett was invited to represent Bristol ChemLabS in Malta as part of a week-long Science Expo for primary and secondary school students. This continues the involvement between Bristol ChemLabS and Malta over the last 7 years.

The Expo took place in the magnificent historical surroundings of the Mediterranean Conference Centre, formerly the 'Sacra Infermeria', the Crusader Knights of St John Hospital in Velletta.  Alison gave 9 performances of the Demonstration Lecture 'A Pollutants Tale' to around 500 secondary, sixth-form,100 primary students and 20 members of the public on the Expo's Open Day.  You can see some photos here.

Alison met the British High Commisioner in Malta, Rob Luke, during his visit the Expo, where he was able to watch some of her talk.  Afterwards he tweeted about the talk.

Alison also helped to judge the student projects competition, which showed a very high standard of scientific enquiry and creative investigation skills, as the winning project  'The effect of herbicides on archaeological stones' exemplified.

Overall around 3000 students attended the festival during the 5 days and you can see more pictures of the event on the NSTF's Facebook page.

An article in the local paper can be read here.


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