CHeMneT Events SpringTerm 2017


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March

29 March: Open Laboratories Programme, Bristol ChemLabS

14 students from the Blue School (Wells, Somerset) spent the day engaged in a caffeine workshop programme in their inaugural visit to Bristol. 6 Year 12 students from Yeovil College also participated. Additionally 20 Year 12 and 13 students from Carterton Community College were also present for a morning of benzocaine synthesis. All students enjoyed an afternoon of talks and lecture demonstrations. Thomas Farrugia gave a talk on ‘Protein Films’ and Tim Harrison gave a lecture demonstration on ‘Gases in the Air’.

Just writing to say thank you so much for the open lab day with my AS students last week – they had an amazing time. Please thank the post grads that demonstrated, particularly the poor fellow who got grilled about anti-bonding by one of my students. Thank him also for letting them see inside the diamond research lab.’ Head of Chemistry, Yeovil College

These visits were partially sponsored by a widening participation grant from the Science Faculty at the University of Bristol.

28 March: Evening Science Demonstration Lecture, Millfield School, Street, Somerset

Tim Harrison returned to the school to give an evening science demonstration lecture ‘A Pollutant’s Tale’ to senior students from Millfield and from nearby Strode College. Other local schools were also invited. Around 40 students and 6 teachers attended the talk. Bristol ChemLabS worked with Head of Chemistry, James Hope, in the organisation of this event.

Thank you very much for the wonderful lecture you gave us last term. We have had some excellent review from students of it but from Millfield students and the external students.’ James Hope

The event was sponsored by a Widening Participation grant held by the Science Faculty at the University of Bristol.

22 March: Access to Bristol Session 6, Bristol ChemLabS

This afternoon session saw approximately 27 Year 12 students from local schools visiting Bristol ChemLabS on the last of their 6 visits to the School of Chemistry. All the students on this course intend to apply for future chemistry degree courses somewhere in the UK. On this occasion the students were involved in a perfume chemistry workshop and had a talk on fragrance chemistry from Tim Harrison.

Thank you very much for delivering sessions yesterday as part of the Access to Bristol outreach programme, and thanks to any colleagues who may have assisted also. This was the final session of Access to Bristol this term and what I heard from students suggested they clearly had a really great afternoon with you.’ WP Recruitment Officer

The Postgraduate Chemists assisting the students in their work were Jonny Furze, Lina Mohammed and Nicolette Moreau.

22 March: BTEC Science Laboratory Visit, Bristol ChemLabS

This date was put aside for a 2 hour session on laboratory design and health and safety in support of the BTEC Science course. 21 Year 12 students from Redland Green School (Bristol) were in attendance. The morning session was sponsored by a Widening Participation grant held by the Science Faculty at the University of Bristol. Tim Harrison gave a talk on laboratory design and a tour of the teaching labs. Postgraduate chemists Joanna Sparks and Peter Duckworth took two groups around other laboratories in the School of Chemistry and answered questions. Bristol ChemLabS worked with teachers Sophie Powell and Victoria Peak in the organisation of the visit.

21 March: Lecture Demonstrations, The Latymer School, Enfield, London

Bristol ChemLabS revisited the school after a year’s absence to deliver 2 lecture demonstrations. ‘Gases in the Air’ was performed for 180 Year 7 and ‘Perfume Chemistry’ was performed to 180 Year 9 students. 8 teachers saw the performances. The visit formed part of British Science Week celebrations at the school. Bristol ChemLabS worked with local teacher, Jennifer Wood, in the organisation of this event.

15 March: Schools Chemistry Conference for British Science Week, Bristol ChemLabS

This was an afternoon of chemistry lectures and practical demonstrations. Postgraduate Sarah Michel delivered a talk on her research into smart materials and spina bifida treatment. This was followed by a talk on the use of computers in chemistry given by Neil Allan (Bristol). The day concluded with a performance of ‘A chemical Delight’ presented by Tim Harrison. 83 Post 16 students, teachers and student ambassadors saw the conference. The schools attending were; Sherborne (Boys) School (Dorset), Sidcot School (Somerset) and St Mary Redcliffe and Temple School (Bristol). The event was free of charge and was sponsored by the Bristol and District branch of the Royal Society of Chemistry (RSC).

15 March: Caffeine Extraction Morning, Bristol ChemLabS

24 Year 12 students from Sherborne School (Dorset) spent the morning in the Undergraduate Teaching Laboratories extracting caffeine from tea leaves and enjoying the afternoon ‘Schools Chemistry Conference for British Science Week’. 13 Year 12s from Sidcot School also extracted caffeine while 4 of their Year 13 students synthesised the solid anaesthetic benzocaine. Both schools are regular visitors to Bristol ChemLabS. Both school groups had a tour of the department during the lunchbreak. On this occasion the students were assisted in their laboratory work by Mary Okoh, Claudio Greco, Josephine Sama, Lexy Miles-Hobbs and Lina Mohammed.

15 March: Access to Bristol Session 5, Bristol ChemLabS

This afternoon session saw 30 Year 12 students from regional 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 attended the Schools Chemistry Conference as part of the British Science Week celebrations.

14 March: Catalysis Lecture, Balcarras School, Cheltenham, Gloucs

Duncan Wass gave a lecture on Catalysis to 80 students across the year groups from 11 to 18 years of age during an event for National Science Week.

14 March: Schools’ Chemistry Conference, Cheltenham Ladies' College, Gloucs

Bristol ChemLabS was again working with Cheltenham Ladies' College to deliver a school’s chemistry conference 310 people during the morning for local secondary schools for students in Years 10-13 and their teachers. June McCombie MBE (Nottingham) started off the conference on the topic ‘The Chemistry of Space’, his was followed by a talk on ‘Smart Materials’ by postgraduate chemist Sarah Michel (Bristol). The conference was completed by a highly amusing lecture demonstration given by John Kilcoyne (Sunderland) ‘Fuelling the Future, Fuelling the Fun’, aided by Tim Harrison (Bristol).

Just wanted to say thanks for today, Tim, on behalf of Beaufort, great to expose the kids here to this stuff, they were really positive about it on the way back.’ Ben Hall, Beaufort School. ‘I just wanted to thank you on behalf of the staff and students that attended the conference today from John Masefield. The talks were both intriguing and inspirational and needless to say our students were in absolute awe of John Kilcoyne. If you would be able to extend my thanks to Cheltenham Ladies college for the use of their fantastic facilities that would also be greatly appreciated.’ Hayley Parker-Webley

The schools and colleges attending were: Cheltenham Ladies’ College (85 Year 12 and 3 teachers), Marling School (Stroud) (15 Year 8 and 1 teacher), Gloscol, Royal Forest of Dean Campus (11 Post 16 and 1 teacher), Wallingford School Academy (Oxon) (35 year 10 and 2 teachers), Rednock School (Dursley, Gloucs) (7 Year 12 and 1 teacher), Beaufort COOP School (Gloucs) (50 Year 10-13 stents and 3 teachers) and John Masefield High School and Sixth Form Centre (Hereford) (50 students and 3 teachers). The event was sponsored by the Bristol ChemLabS and a portfolio of NERC grants held by the Atmospheric Chemistry Research Group (ACRG) at the University of Bristol.​

08 March: Access to Bristol Session 4, Bristol ChemLabS

This afternoon session saw 28 Year 12 students from regional 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 synthesised the solid anaesthetic benzocaine. The postgraduates assisting the students with their laboratory work were Claudio Grecco, Folasade Sama, Harriet Bray and Mary Okoh.

07-08 March: Chemistry Camp for Jersey School for Girls, Bristol ChemLabS

35 Year 12 students and 4 staff members from the Channel Islands’ state school paid another visit to the School of Chemistry to take part in a condensed residential experience of laboratory work and lectures. The young women will enjoyed an evening of lectures on Day 1 followed by a laboratory day culminating in a tour and a lecture on perfume chemistry (Harrison) on Day 2. The practical work comprised a spectroscopy task and a caffeine extraction. The postgraduates assisting the students with their laboratory work were Lina Mohammed, Claudio Grecco, Peter Ducksworth and Oscar Hernandez. The dates for the 2018 visit have already been set.

07 March: Open Evening Lectures and Lecture Demonstrations, Bristol ChemLabS

35 Year 12 students and 4 staff from Jersey College for Girls, 9 Post 16 students and a teacher from St Mary Radcliffe and Temple (Bristol) and 2 Year 10 students and one teacher from Bristol Grammar School attended the open access mini schools conference. Tim Gallagher (Bristol) started with a thought provoking talk on ‘The Pharmaceutical Industry’. This was followed by the lecture demonstration ‘A Chemical Delight’ presented by Tim Harrison.

​'Thanks so much for tonight's mini conference, I and the students really appreciate it. Send my thanks to Tim Gallagher too. It was good for the students to hear about something we never get chance to cover around pharma and industry etc. and they are were suitably energised and entertained with your section too, as always.' Ryan Beattie, Teacher​

Thanks to sponsorship from a widening participation grant from the Faculty of Science the conference was provided free of charge.

February

28 February: Lecture Demonstration, Ntsika High School, Grahamstown, Eastern Province, South Africa

Tim Harrison, aided by Postgraduate Chemist Rhulani Magezo (Rhodes), gave a 60 minute presentation of the lecture demonstration ‘A Pollutant’s Tale’ to 80 Year 10 Learners at the local township school. The visit was sponsored by a portfolio of NERC grants held by the Atmospheric Chemistry Research Group (ACRG) at the University of Bristol. Bristol ChemLabS was again working with Joyce Sewry (Rhodes) in the organisation of this visit.

24 February: Lecture Demonstration, Nombulelo High School, E. Grahamstown, Eastern Province, South Africa

Tim Harrison, aided by Postgraduate Chemist Charlie Donoghue (Rhodes), gave a 60 minute presentation of the lecture demonstration ‘A Pollutant’s Tale’ to 200 Year 9, 10 and 11 students at the local township school. The visit was sponsored by a portfolio of NERC grants held by the Atmospheric Chemistry Research Group (ACRG) at the University of Bristol. Bristol ChemLabS was again working with Joyce Sewry (Rhodes) in the organisation of this visit.

23 February: Lecture Demonstration, Victoria Girls High School, Grahamstown, Eastern Province, South Africa

Tim Harrison, aided by Vuyiseka Makabe (Rhodes), gave a 90 minute presentation of the lecture demonstration ‘A Pollutant’s Tale’ to 56 highly excitable Form 1 (Year 9) girls at the local school. The visit was sponsored by a portfolio of NERC grants held by the Atmospheric Chemistry Research Group (ACRG) at the University of Bristol. Bristol ChemLabS was again working with Joyce Sewry (Rhodes) in the organisation of this visit.

22 February: Access to Bristol Session 3, Bristol ChemLabS

This afternoon session saw 26 Year 12 students from regional 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, under the supervision of Chris Holland, the students extracted vanillin from vanilla essence and quantified the amount using UV visible spectroscopy. Bristol ChemLabS was again working with the Widening Participation Office of the University of Bristol in the delivery of this programme.

The postgraduate Chemists assisting the students with their work were: Lina Mohammed, Jonny Furze, Nicolette Moreau and Alberto Avila.

09 February: Bridgwater College, Somerset

Alison Rivett delivered a performance of 'A Chemical Delight' in the McMillian Theatre at Bridgwater College in Somerset for a group of 220 Year 7's from Haygrove School who were visiting for the morning to learn more about the opportunities available post GCSE. The event was sponsored by EDF Energy's Inspire Education Programme. They tweeted afterwards https://twitter.com/HaygroveYear7/status/829736661630197764

08 February: Open Laboratories Programme, Bristol ChemLabS

14 Year 12 students from Hardenhuish School (Wilts) synthesised benzocaine during the morning and enjoying two talks in the afternoon in their annual visit. Sarah Michel gave a talk on smart materials working towards spina bifida treatment and Tim Harrison gave a talk on ‘The Chemistry of the Atmosphere’. Bristol ChemLabS worked with Head of Chemistry and CHeMneT member Adam Ovens in the organisation of this event.

08 February: Access to Bristol Session 2, Bristol ChemLabS

This afternoon session saw 30 Year 12 students from regional 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 were engaged in a workshop on NMR spectroscopy led by Ash Griffith before a tour of the department. Other postgraduate chemists involved in the afternoon session were Claudio Grecco, Lina Mohammed and Mary Okoh. The session was sponsored by the Widening Participation Office at the University of Bristol.

07 February: ‘A Boom in the Room’, RSC Evening Lecture Demonstration, Queen's College, Taunton, Somerset

This evening lecture demonstration was given by Nick Barker (​Warwick) aided by Tim Harrison (Bristol) and involved some amusing chemistry anecdotes ​and reactions ​involving liquid nitrogen, dry ice and a few minor explosions. The talk covered a wide range of topics within Chemistry and was enjoyed by 300 parents, grandparents, students and other members of the public.

Nick is very amusing in his delivery and I have had lots of glowing feedback from parents who came. Already looking forward to next year.’ Tim Joliff

This event was sponsored by the Bristol and District branch of the Royal Society of Chemistry (RSC). Bristol ChemLabS was again working with Tim Joliff at Queen’s College in the organisation of this annual event.

02 February: Spectroscopy in a Suitcase Visit, King’s Oak Academy, Kingswood, Bristol

The Spectroscopy in a Suitcase (SIAS) kit was taken to this local school by Tim Harrison for a two hour morning talk so that 17 Post 16 BTEC students had the opportunity to use the spectrometers during the visit. The visit concentrated on a UV-VIS spectrometry challenge. For more information on the Royal Society of Chemistry’s SIAS project please see here.​​

01 February: Science Demonstrations, Bristol Children’s Hospital, Bristol

Postgraduate chemists, led by Ash Griffith, took a series of chemical demonstrations into the hospital to work with children in the hospital classroom. 7 children enjoyed the efforts of Harriet Bray and Oscar Hernadez. The event is sponsored by a widening participation grant held by the Science Faculty at the University of Bristol.

01 February: Access to Bristol Session 1, Bristol ChemLabS

This afternoon session saw 31 Year 12 students from regional 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 extracted caffeine from tea leaves. Students from the following schools in Bristol, Gloucestershire, Somerset, Gwent and South Gloucestershire were present: Bristol Cathedral Choir School, Caldicot School, Chipping Sodbury School, Churchill Academy, City of Bristol College, Gordano School, City of Bristol College, Gordano School, Katharine Lady Berkeley’s School, Malmesbury School, Marlwood School, Merchants' Academy, New College Swindon, North Bristol Post 16 Centre - Redland Green, Patchway Community College, Sheldon School, St Mary Redcliffe and Temple School and Weston College. The Postgraduate Chemists assisting the students in the laboratory were: Ash Griffith, Harriet Bray, Kelly Butterfield and Lina Mohammed.

01 February: RSC Analytical Competition WRAD, Bristol ChemLabS

Bristol ChemLabS again hosted the northern section of the Western Region of the Analytical Division (WRAD) covering the south west and south Wales heats for schools. 13 teams competed in a series of practical exercises during the morning. The teams comprised three Year 12 students. Schools were competing for a place in the national final be held at Sussex University on Wednesday 21 and Thursday 22 June 2017. The winners were Wycliffe College (Stroud) with Badminton School in second place. All schools competing were: Dauntsey’s, Wycliffe College, King Edwards School, Bath, St Mary’s Calne, Exeter School, Bristol Grammar School, Badminton School, Badminton School, Cheltenham Ladies College, St Helen and St Katharine School (Oxon), Blundell’s, Sidcot School and Cheltenham College. The postgraduates Chemists acting as judges were: Sam Briggs, Jonny Furse, Nicolette Moreau and Fabian Stelzer.

January

20 January: Christmas Conference Lectures, St Bede’s Catholic College, Bristol

Tim Harrison revisited the local specialist science college for the 9th consecutive year to deliver the lecture demonstration ‘Gases in the Air’ to 120 Year 8 students.

Thank you so much for the lectures you & Alison delivered to our feeder schools and St Bedes’ students. From their faces and feedback already they loved it!’ Jo Pascoe, Organising Teacher.

19 January: Christmas Conference Lectures, St Bede’s Catholic College, Bristol

Bristol ChemLabS’ Alison Rivett, aided by Postgraduate Chemist Tom Burnham, revisited the local specialist science college for the 9th consecutive year to deliver lecture demonstrations to students. On this occasion 35 A level chemists saw the lecture demonstration ‘A Pollutant’s Tale’.

18 January: Open Laboratories Programme, Bristol ChemLabS

25 Year 12 and 13 Chemists from Churchill Academy (N. Somerset) and 16 Year 12 students from Kingswood School (Bath) visited the Undergraduate Teaching Laboratories in the morning and were engaged in talks, lectures and demonstrations in the afternoon. Postgraduate Sarah Michel talked about her work on drug delivery systems for Spina Bifida and Tim Harrison performed a lecture demonstration on ‘Gases in the air'. Churchill Academy synthesised the solid anaesthetic benzocaine and Kingswood School extracted caffeine from tea. Bristol ChemLabS originally worked with Leila Paterson and Matthew Fletcher in setting up this visit. The postgraduates involved in supporting the students in their lab work were: Krishna Mistry, Jonny Furze, Lina Mohammed and Lexy Miles-Hobbs.

18 January: BTEC Science Laboratory Visit, Bristol ChemLabS

This was one of the dates that had been put aside for a 2 hour session on laboratory design and health and safety in support of the BTEC science course. 15 Year 12 students from St Katherine’s School (Bristol) visited on this occasion. In facilitating this visit Bristol ChemLabS worked with teacher Zoe Ivey at St Katherine’s School (Bristol). The postgraduate Chemists that took the students around the department were Joanna Sparks and Harriet Bray. The event was sponsored by a widening participation grant held by the Science Faculty at the University of Bristol. Please contact chem-net@bristol.ac.uk for information about potential future visits of this type.

17 January: Spectroscopy in a Suitcase Visit, Cheltenham College, Gloucs

The Spectroscopy in a Suitcase (SIAS) kit was taken to this local school by postgraduate Chemists Tom Burnham and Fabian Stelzer so that 24 Year 13 Chemistry 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.

16 January: Spectroscopy in a Suitcase Visit, Malmesbury School, Wilts

Tim Harrison delivered two one hour sessions of SIAS with a total of 20 Year 13 students assisted by several undergraduate Chemists. For more information on the Royal Society of Chemistry’s SIAS project please see here.

13 January: Open Laboratories Day, Bristol ChemLabS

Wells Cathedral School visited the School of Chemistry for a morning of laboratory work and an afternoon of talks. 35 Year 12 and 13 students synthesised benzocaine during the morning and had talks in the afternoon. They enjoyed a talk from Postgraduate Chemist Krishna Mistry on ‘Frustrated Lewis Acids’ and a lecture demonstration from Tim Harrison on ‘Gases in the Air’. The Postgraduate Chemists assisting the students in their laboratory work were: Kelly Butterfield, Mary Okoh, Lina Mohammed and Lisa Recnik.

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

15 school teams comprising 4 mixed year group students from across the region took part in the annual RSC Top of the Bench competition. The students were engaged in working on 4 experiments in two lab sessions before seeing a demonstration chemistry lecture given by Tim Harrison.

The winners were Crypt School (Gloucs) who will be representing the region in the national finals in Loughborough in April. St Mary’s Calne were second.

The postgraduate chemists judging the competition were: Jonny Furze, Nicolette Moreau, Tom Burnham and Lisa Recnik. Postgraduate chemist Kelly Butterfield looked after the teachers during the morning. Admissions tutor Jon Charmant gave a talk on the current Bristol ChemLabS arrangements for attracting students and RSC Regional Education Coordinator Beth Anderson also spoke to teachers. Schools attending were: Dauntsey’s School (Wilts), Wycliffe College (Gloucs), King Edwards School (Bath), St Mary’s Calne (Dorset), Sherbourn School (Dorset), Exeter School (Devon), The Crypt School (Gloucester), Cheltenham Ladies' College (Gloucs), St Katherines (Bristol), Sidcot School (Somerset), Blundells (Devon), Cotham School (Bristol), Bristol Grammar School, Badminton School (Bristol) and Nailsea School (Somerset).

11 January: Open Laboratories Programme, Bristol ChemLabS

39 Year 12 students from Marlborough College (Wilts) spent the morning in the Undergraduate Teaching Laboratories dehydrating a methylcyclohexanol as a practical skills assessment in their annual visit to Bristol ChemLabS.​ The postgraduate Chemists assisting the students in the work were: Lina Mohammed, Oscar Herandez, Alberto Avila and Michael James.

06 January: Caffeine Extraction, Bristol ChemLabS

15 Year 10 students from Marling School (Stroud, Gloucs) spent the day at Bristol extracting caffeine from tea and used uv –vis spectroscopy to calculate the concentration of a solution rather than using titration. Alison Rivett supervised the visit and the students were aided in their practical work by postgraduate chemists including Lina Mohammed and Steve Street. This visit is sponsored by an outreach grant from the Science Faculty at the University of Bristol.

I know that the experience will have inspired them (the group) greatly as they are able to interact with techniques and equipment not normally available to school pupils. These were some of the brightest scientists in the year who benefit from the extra challenge presented.’ Head of Chemistry

05-06 January: Winter Chemistry Camp, Bristol ChemLabS

The annual winter camp for school groups was again attended by students from St Lawrence College (Ramsgate, Kent). 8 Year 13 students and two teachers enjoyed the two day session. The camp comprised a kinetics experiment, extraction of caffeine from tea, an organic synthesis of a drug, a uv-visible spectroscopy experiment. A talk on anti-cancer drugs from sugars was given by Steve Street (who also demonstrated to the students for both days). Thomas Farrugia gave a talk on protein films and Tim Harrison gave a lecture demonstration on Atmospheric chemistry. A tour of the department was also part of the event.

04 January: Benzocaine Synthesis, Open Laboratories Programme, Bristol ChemLabS

19 Year 13 Chemistry students from Churston Ferrers Grammar School (Devon) visited the Undergraduate Teaching Laboratories for the day. Steve Street gave a presentation on his research into Sugar-Based Anti-Cancer Drugs and Tim Harrison gave a lecture demonstration on ‘Gases in the Air’. A session on infra-red spectroscopy ensued. The afternoon saw all the students and accompanying teachers engaged in a perfume chemistry workshop. Jonny Furze and Lina Mohammed were the postgraduate chemists involved in assisting the students in practical work. The visit was sponsored by a Widening Participation grant from the University of Bristol.

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