CHeMneT Events Spring Term 2016


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2016

March

30 and 31 March: Perito Moreno School, Commodoro Rivadavia, Argentina

Neil Allan gave the presentation ‘Playing with Atoms (and Life in the UK)’ to an audience of small groups totalling 40 Post 16 students over the two days in this Argentinian school.

30 March: Abraham Lincoln School, Commodoro Rivadavia, Argentina

Neil Allan gave the presentation ‘Playing with Atoms (and Life in the UK)’ to an audience of 30 Post 16 students in this Argentinian school.

24 March: Spectroscopy in a Suitcase Visit, Rednock School, Dursley, Gloucs

The Spectroscopy in a Suitcase (SIAS) kit was taken to this science college by postgraduate Chemists Steph Flynn and Iyke Ndukwe so that 19 Year 12 students, in 2 hour-long spectroscopy sessions had the opportunity to use the spectrometers during the visit. For more information on the Royal Society of Chemistry’s SIAS project please see here.

23 March: Access to Bristol Chemistry Course Session 6, Bristol ChemLabS

This afternoon session saw 28 Year 12 students from local schools visiting Bristol ChemLabS. All the students on this course intend to apply for future chemistry degree courses somewhere in the UK. On this occasion the students are engaged on tours of analytical departments including mass spectroscopy, NMR, SEM and XRD. The postgraduate chemists acting as tour guides were Steph Flynn, Jess Bonham, Ellen Pope, and Claire Dickson. Other students and academic staff involved in giving talks included Jason Potticary, Paul Gates, Natalie Pridmore, Thomas Leman, Paul Lawrence and Craig Butts. Bristol ChemLabS worked with the Widening Participation Office of the University of Bristol in delivering this series of activities.​

21 March: RSC ChemNet Chemistry Workshop, Bristol ChemLabS

20 Year 12 students, all of whom are members of the Royal Society of Chemistry’s (RSC) ChemNet, took part in a laboratory day where they extracted caffeine from tea leaves in the Undergraduate Teaching Laboratories during the morning. The students enjoyed talks given by postgraduates in the afternoon. Bristol ChemLabS worked with Beth Anderson (RSC) in the organisation of this event. The Postgraduate Chemists assisting in the laboratories were: Ikenna Ndukwe, Amir Kaspar and Emma Liddle. An afternoon lecture was given by Thomas Farrugia, on his research into protein films. The lecture demonstration of ‘A Pollutant's Tale’ was given by Emma Liddle and Bryony Wadkin-Snaith. The majority of the students came from the following schools: Okehampton College (Devon) and Treviglas College (Newquay, Cornwall). There were 2 individual students. The event was jointly sponsored by the Royal Society of Chemistry and a widening participation grant held by the Science Faculty at the University of Bristol.

17 March: Lecture Demonstration, The Ladies College, Guernsey, Channel Islands

Following a morning assisting in chemistry practical competitions with KS4 students Dudley Shallcross and postgraduate Chemist Ash Griffith presented the atmospheric chemistry and climate change lecture ‘A Pollutant’s Tale’ to 140 members of the sixth form from this and other schools on the island. This event was in celebration of Guernsey’s first National Science Week. The lecture was organised by head of Science Dr Karen Marshall. You can read more about the event in the school newsletter.

The event was sponsored by a portfolio of NERC grants held by the Atmospheric Chemistry Research Group (ACRG) at the University of Bristol.

17 March: Spectroscopy in a Suitcase Visit, Redruth School, Cornwall

The Spectroscopy in a Suitcase (SIAS) kit was taken to this Cornish school by postgraduate Chemists Steph Flynn and Emma Liddle so that just 5 Year 12 and 13 students had the opportunity to use the spectrometers during the visit. Bristol ChemLabS was working with teacher Helen Wright in the organisation of this event. For more information on the Royal Society of Chemistry’s SIAS project please see here.

16 March: British Science Week Chemistry Conference 2016, Bristol ChemLabS

As part of the British Science Week celebrations Bristol ChemLabS, together with the local branch of the RSC sponsored an afternoon of lectures and demonstrations. Dr Carmen Galan gave a lecture about aspects of sugar chemistry and their use in the talk ‘Carbohydrates: the sweet building blocks of life’ and postgraduate chemist Steve Street gave a talk on his research into sugar-based anti-cancer drugs. The afternoon conference was completed by a lecture demonstration ‘Give Me Strength' by Nick Barker (Warwick). The event was chaired by Chris Holland. Schools attending: Clifton High School (22 students), South Gloucestershire and Stroud College (8 students), Blundells School (14 students) and Access to Bristol cohort (25 students).

16 March: Caffeine Extraction Workshop, Bristol ChemLabS

14 Year 11 students from Blundell’s School (Wilts) and 19 Year 12 students from Kingswood School (Bath) spent the morning extracting caffeine from teabags. They were assisted in their practical work by postgraduate chemists: Jonny Furze, Katherine Pugsley, Emma Liddle and Emma Blackham.

16 March: Access to Bristol Chemistry Course Session 5, Bristol ChemLabS

This afternoon session saw 25 Year 12 students from local schools visiting Bristol ChemLabS in the fifth of six sessions. All the students on this course intend to apply for future chemistry degree courses somewhere in the UK. On this occasion the students attended the School’s Chemistry Conference for British Science Week.​

14 March: Spectroscopy in a Suitcase Visit, Bristol Brunel Academy, Bristol

The Spectroscopy in a Suitcase (SIAS) kit was taken to this Somerset school by postgraduate Chemists Sam Briggs and Richard Booth where they gave a spectroscopy workshop to 40 Year 10 students. For more information on the Royal Society of Chemistry’s SIAS project please see here.

10 March: Lower 6th Form Chemistry Symposium, Kings College Taunton, Somerset

100 Year 12 students and several teachers from Kings College Taunton and Queens College Taunton and Taunton School attended the morning conference. All three speakers were from the University of Bristol. Postgraduate chemist Steve Street gave a talk on his research into sugar-based anti-cancer drugs and Duncan Wass gave a talk on catalysis.

09 March: Benzocaine Synthesis Morning, Open Laboratories Programme, Bristol ChemLabS

14 Year 13 students from Sidcot School made their annual visit to the Undergraduate Chemistry Teaching Laboratories for a morning workshop on drug synthesis. The students synthesised benzocaine under the supervision of Postgraduate Chemists Steph Flynn and Ikenna Ndukwe.

09 March: Access to Bristol Chemistry Course Session 4, Bristol ChemLabS

This afternoon session saw 32 Year 12 students from local schools visiting Bristol ChemLabS for a fourth afternoon. On this occasion the students synthesised the solid anaesthetic benzocaine under the supervision of Chris Holland. All the students on this course intend to apply for future chemistry degree courses somewhere in the UK. The event is organised in cooperation with the Widening Participation Office of the University of Bristol. The postgraduate students assisting the students with afternoon events were: Emma Liddle, Sam Briggs, Ikenna Ndukwe, Jonathan Furze and Rosalyn Falcone.

08-09 March: Chemistry Camp for Jersey School for Girls, Bristol ChemLabS

On the second day of their visit to Bristol the 14 Year 12 students from the Channel Islands’ state school spent the morning and part of the afternoon in the laboratories extracting caffeine from tea leaves and analysing materials for concentration using UV Visible spectroscopy. The young women enjoyed an evening in lectures on the first day. The college takes part in an annual visit to the School of Chemistry to take part in a condensed residential experience of laboratory work and lectures. The postgraduate chemists assisting with the practical work on this day were Sam Briggs (caffeine) and Thomas Farrugia (UV Vis) . Emma Liddle took the party on a tour of the School of Chemistry.

08 March: Evening Schools Chemistry Conference, Bristol ChemLabS

Two evening talks were given by postgraduate chemists Abi Coveny and Steph Street to 14 year 12 students from Jersey College for Girls. This event, chaired by Steph Flynn, was sponsored by the Bristol and District Branch of the Royal Society of Chemistry.

02 March: Benzocaine Workshop, Bristol ChemLabS

16 Year 13 students from Wellington School (Somerset) returned to spend the morning in the Undergraduate teaching Laboratories performing their synthesis examination (extended practical) component. They were joined by 22 Post 16 students from Sherborne School for Girls who also synthesised benzocaine. In the afternoon the students had a tour of the School of Chemistry. The postgraduates assisting the students in the lab were Steph Flynn, Ikenna Ndukwe, Katherine Pugsly and Jonny Furze. Emma Liddle and Sam Briggs acted as tour guides.​

01 March: Science Society Talk, Redmaids School, Westbury-on-Trym, Bristol

Postgraduate Chemist Steve Street was invited by Post 16 students to give a talk at the student run Science Society. The talk ‘Can Sugars Cure Cancer? A tale of what it’s like to be a chemist’ was given to 55 students from Years 7-13 and members of the Science teaching staff. The first part of the talk involved describing what life as a chemist is like, and why students might want to study chemistry at university. The second part described Steve’s research project in trying to develop new sugar inspired anti-cancer drugs that work by targeting a specific DNA structure. This interesting topic included highlighting the blurred boundaries between scientific disciplines at university level. The visit was sponsored by a widening participation grant held by the Science Faculty at the University of Bristol.

February

29 February: Laboratory Tour for BTEC Students, Bristol ChemLabS

Steph Flyn gave a tour of the teaching laboratories and the department to 10 BTEC students looking at lab design, health and safety and usage. The students were from the local Redland Green School (Bristol).

Please could you pass on to Steph and Tim that the tour was excellent, thankyou!’ Organising teacher.

The visits are sponsored by the Higher Education Funding Council for England (hefce) project National Networks for Collaborative Outreach (NNCO) and are for identified schools in the counties of Bath and North East Somerset, Somerset, Wiltshire and Bristol.

29 February: Lecture Demonstration, Colston Girls School, Bristol

Research Chemist Ash Griffin, aided by Steph Flynn, presented the lecture demonstration ‘Gases in the Air’ to 180 students in Years 8 and 9 at this local school during the afternoon.

They [the Research Chemists] were really good and very well organised. The students loved the interactive elements of it and they really like the whoosh bottle demo.’ Organising teacher. Bristol ChemLabS worked with Chemistry teacher Sarah Dukes in the organisation of this event. The event was sponsored by a widening participation grant held by the Science Faculty at the University of Bristol.

25 February: SIAS Visit, Teign School, Newton Abbot, Devon

A team of Research chemists comprising Steph Flynn and Ash Griffith from Bristol ChemLabS, provided three Spectroscopy in a Suitcase (SIAS) workshops. 14 Year 13s, 7 BTEC and 18 Year 12 students enjoyed the sessions. The workshops used the RSC Spectroscopy in a Suitcase equipment.

For more information on the Royal Society of Chemistry’s SIAS project please see here.

24 February: Access to Bristol Chemistry Course Session 3, Bristol ChemLabS

This afternoon session saw 30 Year 12 students from 19 local schools visiting Bristol ChemLabS. All the students on this course intend to apply for future chemistry degree courses somewhere in the UK. On this occasion the students increased their knowledge of spectroscopy through performing an investigation with ultra violet- visible spectroscopy with Chris Holland and through talks on GCMS given by Anwar Khan. Several postgraduate Chemists assisted the students with their practical work. These were Steph Flynn, Emma Blackham and Claudio Greco.

24 February: BTEC Science Laboratory Design Visit, Bristol ChemLabS

32 Year 13 students from North Somerset Enterprise and Technology College (NSETC) spent two hours visiting the teaching laboratories to look at organisation, design, procedures and Health and Safety. Steph Flynn was in charge of the session. This was followed by a tour of the School of Chemistry in 3 groups. Steph was assisted in this task by Emma Blackham and Claudio Greco.

Applied Science L3 students attended a session at Bristol University Chemlabs. Students were able to have a tour of the labs and had detailed sessions on the health & safety within the labs. They were able to ask questions and take photos. This supported their unit within the course on Health & Safety in a lab. They also got to hear about the career paths of the PhD students and understand their choices for going to University and their course of study. Students found this all very useful.’ Organising teacher.

The event is sponsored by a Higher Education Council for England (HEFCE) grant for widening participation and to promote, and deliver, outreach activities through the National Networks for Collaborative Outreach (NNCO) project.

19 February: SIAS Visit, Teign School, Newton Abbot, Devon

A team of Research chemists comprising Steph Flynn and Iyke Ndukwe from Bristol ChemLabS, provided a Spectroscopy in a Suitcase (SIAS) workshop for 15 Year 13 students. The workshops used the RSC Spectroscopy in a Suitcase equipment.

For more information on the Royal Society of Chemistry’s SIAS project please see here.

17 February: Access to Bristol Chemistry Course Session 2, Bristol ChemLabS

This afternoon session saw 32 Year 12 students from 19 schools in Gloucestershire, Bristol, Somerset, South Gloucestershire and Wiltshire visiting Bristol ChemLabS. All the students on this course intend to apply for future chemistry degree courses somewhere in the UK. On this occasion the students put their new found practical skills to use in dehydrating a cyclohexanol in the Undergraduate Teaching Laboratories. The session was led by Chris Holland and the postgraduate students assisting were Jonathan Furze, Ash Griffith and Claudio Greco. The event was organised and sponsored through the Widening Participation Office of the University of Bristol.

09 February 2016: Lecture Demonstration, Caerleon Comprehensive School, Newport, Gwent

Alison Rivett presented the lecture demonstration 'Gases in the Air' to 240 Year 9 students from the Welsh comprehensive. The event was sponsored by a portfolio of NERC grants held by the Atmospheric Chemistry Research Group at the University of Bristol.

08 February: SIAS, Chew Valley School, Chew Magna, Bristol

The Spectroscopy in a Suitcase (SIAS) kit was taken to this local school by postgraduate Chemist Steph Flynn so that the 12 Year 13 students had the opportunity to use the spectrometers during the visit.

It is an excellent way to finish the topic on spectroscopy.’ ‘I really think the annual visit is important. One of the great advantages is the chance also to talk to post-grads about university life.’ Organising teacher.

For more information on the Royal Society of Chemistry’s SIAS project please see here.

08 February: ‘Smell You Later: How Animals Talk With Chemicals’, RSC Evening Lecture, Queens College, Taunton, Somerset

The lecture ‘Smell you later: How animals talk with chemicals’ was given by well-known author and presenter Prof Adam Hart (Gloucs). 180 students and members of the public enjoyed the evening lecture which was introduced by Tim Harrison and advertised through CHeMneT. The event was sponsored by the Bristol and District branch of the Royal Society of Chemistry.

05 February: Spectroscopy in a Suitcase Visit, Bristol Grammar School (BGS), Bristol

The Spectroscopy in a Suitcase (SIAS) kit was taken to this local school by postgraduate Chemist Steph Flynn and UAS student Kiera Watson, so that 14 of the Post 16 students had the opportunity to use the spectrometers to identify 'unknown' compounds during the visit. For more information on the Royal Society of Chemistry’s SIAS project please see here.

03 February: SIAS Visit, Redland High School, Bristol

UAS chemistry student Bobby Walker, aided by Steph Flynn, took the Spectroscopy in a Suitcase kit into the school to work with Year 13 students who were investigating aspirin synthesis. For more information on the Royal Society of Chemistry’s SIAS project please see

03 February: Caffeine Extraction Afternoon, Bristol ChemLabS

This afternoon session saw 13 Year 12 students from Sidcot School (Bristol) extracting caffeine from tea leaves in the Undergraduate teaching Laboratories after a tour of the School of Chemistry. This is an annual visit to the labs. On this occasion the postgraduate chemist assisting the students were Ash Griffth and Jonathan Furzel.

03 February: Access to Bristol Chemistry Course Session 1, Bristol ChemLabS

This afternoon session saw 30 Year 12 students from 19 local schools visiting Bristol ChemLabS. All the students on this course intend to apply for future chemistry degree courses somewhere in the UK. On this occasion the students will be extracting caffeine from tea leaves in the Undergraduate Teaching Laboratories. On this occasion the postgraduate chemists assisting the students were: Charlie Jarrett-Wilkins and Liam MacFarlane.

Students from the following schools were present: Abbeyfield School (Wilts), Bristol Cathedral Choir School, Caldicot School (Gwent), Churchill Academy, Gordano School (Portishead, N. Somerset), John Cabot Academy (Bristol), Katharine Lady Berkeley's School (Wotton Under Edge, Gloucs), Midsomer Norton Sixth Form (Somerset), Nailsea School (N. Somerset), North Bristol Post 16 Centre, North Bristol Post 16 Centre - Redland Green, Redcliffe Sixth Form Centre (Bristol), Rednock School (Dursley, Gloucs), Royal Wootton Bassett Academy (Wilts), South Gloucestershire and Stroud College (SGS College) ( Bristol and Stroud), Sheldon School (Chippenham, Wilts), Sir Bernard Lovell Academy (S.Gloucs), St. Katherine's School (Bristol) and Winterbourne International Academy (S.Gloucs).

01 February: BTEC Laboratory Design Coursework Visit, Bristol ChemLabS

A group of 13 Post 16 students from St Katherine’s School, (Bristol) visited the Undergraduate Teaching and Research Laboratories to look at Lab design and Health and Safety practices as part of the students’ coursework. This was a morning visit before the undergraduates needed to use the labs. In facilitating this visit Bristol ChemLabS worked with teacher Zoe Ivey at the school.

I just wanted to say thank you for giving us the tour yesterday. The students really enjoyed it and now have lots of notes for their assignment. It was great to see your facilities.’ Accompanying teacher

The postgraduate chemists assisting with this visit were Steph Flynn and Emma Liddle.This event is sponsored by a Higher Education Council for England (HEFCE) grant for widening participation and to promote, and deliver, outreach activities through the National Networks for Collaborative Outreach (NNCO) project.​

A report of the visit taken from the school's newsletter can be found here.​

January

27 January: RSC WRAD Analytical Competition, Bristol ChemLabS

Bristol ChemLabS again hosted the northern section of the RSC’s Western Region of the Analytical Division (WRAD) covering the south west and south Wales heats for schools. 12 teams competed in a series of practical exercises over 3 hours. The teams were of three Year 12 students (with one team per school). Schools were competing for a place in the national final. During the morning the teachers had their own programme which included a talk by Jonathan Charmant on Bristol ChemLabS admissions. Postgraduate Chemists gave talks during the afternoon. Steve Street enthused about his research and chemistry generally and Ash Griffin performed the lecture demonstration.

The top three ​teams were:

1st place: Blundell’s School

2nd place: Exeter School

3rd place: Bristol Grammar School

The postgraduate chemists assisting and judging the competition were: Steph Flynn, Isabel Perez-Powell and Emma Blackham.

The schools taking part were: King Edward School (Bath), Sidcot School (Somerset), Sherborne (Boys) School (Dorset), Sir Thomas Rich’s (Gloucs), Cheltenham Ladies College (Gloucs), St Helen and St Katherine (Abingdon, Oxon), Wells Cathedral School (Somerset), Cheltenham College (Gloucs), Bristol Grammar School, Exeter School (Devon), Blundell’s School (Tiverton, Devon) and Wycliffe College (Stroud).​

26 January: Spectroscopy in a Suitcase Visit, Chosen Hill School, Churchdown, Gloucs

The Spectroscopy in a Suitcase (SIAS) kit was taken to the Gloucestershire school by postgraduate Chemists Sam Briggs and Richard Booth so that the 16 Year 13 students had the opportunity to use the spectrometers during the visit. For more information on the Royal Society of Chemistry’s SIAS project please see here.

25 January: Lecture Demonstrations, Sherborne School, Dorset

Tim Harrison and Alison Rivett spent the day at the independent boys’ school presenting several lecture demonstrations for the students of the school and for students from several schools in the Yeovil area. Bristol ChemLabS worked with Dr Chris Hamon in the organisation of this event.

Thank you so much for the lecture demonstration you gave this afternoon and for inviting our pupils to share in the experience. The feedback from all of our pupils was very, very positive.’ Head of Chemistry, Kings Bruton School.

Over 370 students from Years 8-13 saw the 2 lecture demonstrations entitled ' A Pollutant's Tale'. The following schools participated: Sherborne School (Dorset), Kings Bruton School (Somerset).

The visits are sponsored by the Higher Education Funding Council for England (hefce) project National Networks for Collaborative Outreach (NNCO).

21 January: SIAS Visit, Wyedean School, Sedbury, Gloucs

Research Chemist Tim Shuttleworth led this Spectroscopy in a Suitcase (SIAS) Workshop visit to work with 9 Post 16 students (7 Year 12 students and 2 Year 13 students). Bristol ChemLabS was working with Mrs Non van den Braak in the organisation of this visit. For more information on the Royal Society of Chemistry’s SIAS project please see here.

20 January: RSC 'Top of the Bench' Competition Bristol and District Heats, Bristol ChemLabS

Bristol ChemLabS again hosted the regional heats for schools. 17 teams competed in a series of practical exercises that tested precision, accuracy, team work and safety. The teams comprised two Year 9s, one Year 10 and one Year 11 student. The school teams competed for a place in the national final in Loughborough in April. 68 students took part in the competition.

 The teachers present that wished it were given a tour of the department by Steph Flynn, and Jon Charmant gave a short talk on the UCAS application process from the Bristol ChemLabS point of view.

The top 3 schools were Cheltenham College (3rd), Cheltenham Ladies College (2nd) and Sherborne School (1st). The research chemists supporting and judging the students in the laboratory were: Jonathan Furze, Sam Briggs, Ash Griffith and Steph Flynn. The schools talking part in the RSC Top of the Bench competition were King Edward’s School (Bath), Wells Cathedral School (Somerset), Sherborne School (Dorset), Bristol Grammar School, Sidcot School (Winscombe North Somerset), Exeter School (Devon), Sir Thomas Rich’s School (Gloucs), Blundell’s (Tiverton, Devon), Cheltenham Ladies College (Gloucs), Cheltenham College (Gloucs), Redland High School (Bristol), Dauntsey’s School (West Lavington, Wiltshire), Bristol Free School, Rendcomb School (Gloucs), Clifton High School (Bristol) and Wycliffe School (Stroud, Gloucs). ​ The event was sponsored by the RSC Bristol and District branch of the Royal Society of Chemistry.

15 January: Spectroscopy in a Suitcase Visit, Wycliffe College, Gloucs

The Spectroscopy in a Suitcase (SIAS) kit was taken to this Gloucestershire school by postgraduate Chemist Steph Flynn and Tim Shuttleworth so that 10 of the Year 12 students and 11 of the Year 13 students had the opportunity to use the spectrometers during 2 one-and-a-half hour sessions in the morning. For more information on the Royal Society of Chemistry’s SIAS project please see here.

14-15 January: Christmas Lectures, St Bede’s Catholic College, Bristol

As part of the 8th annual (post) Christmas lectures Tim Harrison and Alison Rivett, gave two lecture demonstrations during the visit. 180 Year 8 students and 40 Post 16 students saw the lecture demonstrations. Four primary lectures were also given. A newsletter from the event can be found at: http://www.scribd.com/doc/295605687/Newsletter-208 The event was sponsored by a grant from the Bristol and District branch of the Royal Society of Chemistry.

11 January: Open Laboratories Programme, Bristol ChemLabS

49 Year 12 students from Marlborough College (Wilts) spent the morning in the Undergraduate Teaching Laboratories dehydrating a methylcyclohexanol in their annual visit to Bristol ChemLabS.​ The postgraduates assisting the students in their lab work were: Steph Flynn, Charlie Jarrett-Wilkins, Ash Griffin and Claudio Greco.

07-08 January: Winter Chemistry Camp, Bristol ChemLabS

6 Year 13 students and two teachers from St Lawrence College (Ramsgate, Kent) spent two days at Bristol ChemLabS engaged in a series of practical work, tours, talks and demonstrations. The students, from China, Hong Kong, Germany and the UK, extracted caffeine from tea leaves, synthesised benzocaine, undertook a kinetics experiment and made use of ultra violet-visible spectroscopy.

I just wanted to convey our thanks again to you, Steph and the team for a brilliant 2 day event and if possible can you put us in the calendar for next year? We all had a fantastic time and it allowed the students to put into practice some of the concepts they have learnt.’ Organising Teacher

Talks on ‘Gases in the Air’ and ‘Fragrance Chemistry’ were given by Tim Harrison and Thomas Farrugia gave a talk on his research into ‘Protein Films’. Postdoctoral Chemist Steph Flynn assisted the students with their practical work.

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