End of first year

Chemistry@brighton labs

Happy first years in the lab

The sun is out and the students are on study leave before exams start next week. What better place to do your revision than a sunny beach with a cool sea breeze.

Our first years have made it to the end of the year and as a last teaching event we held our annual errors lab. Who knew errors could be so much fun! Right from the start our students learn the essentials of analytical chemistry, accuracy and precision and this lab puts into practice and illustrates the errors in the equipment they use. The challenge is rewarded with prizes for the first team to finish, the best designed results sheet, the best data and the most salient results.

We hope you’ve had a great first year here at Brighton, we’ve certainly enjoyed working with you! Good luck for the exams.

 

Chemistry Journal Club Friday 19th May 1-2pm H400/1

Dear all,

At the Chemistry Journal Club this week, Luke Damerum (MRes Student) will be delivering a presentation “Cyclic Peptides“.

The Chemistry Journal Club will be meeting on Friday 19th May from 1-2pm in H400/1. Everybody welcome to attend

Look forward to seeing you there.

Kind regards,

Dr Steve Meikle

Chemistry Journal Club Tomorrow 1-2pm H400/1

Dear all,

At the Chemistry Journal Club tomorrow I will be giving an overview of “3D Printing of Microfluidic Devices : Current Approaches and Future Perspectives“, based on Bhattacharjee et al. Lab Chip, 2016, 16, 1720 DOI: 10.1039/c6lc00163g and Waheed et al. Lab Chip, 2016, 16, 1993 DOI: 10.1039/c6lc00284f

The Chemistry Journal Club will be meeting at 1-2pm tomorrow in H400/1. Everybody is welcome to attend

Hope to see you there,

Kind regards,

Dr Steve Meikle

Chemistry Journal Club Tomorrow 1-2pm H400/1

Dear all,

At the Chemistry Journal Club tomorrow MRes student Viktoriia Prus will give a presentation entitled “Biosorbents as a promising tool for heavy metal removal from water”

The Chemistry Journal Club will be meeting in H400/1 from 1-2pm. All welcome to attend

Hope to see you there,

Kind regards,

Dr Steve Meikle