DrySyn Sustainability Report, University of Liverpool

DrySyn Sustainability Report, University of Liverpool

Posted on: November 30, 2022

DrySyn Sustainability Report:  DrySyn Multi systems allow up to 3 reactions to be carried out simultaneously using the same hotplate. Should the efficiency be unaffected, DrySyn would therefore be ideal to reduce the number of hotplates used and reduce energy … Continue reading

CondenSyn Sustainability Report - University of Liverpool - 2022

CondenSyn Sustainability Report, University of Liverpool

Posted on: November 24, 2022

CondenSyn Sustainability Report:  The University of Liverpool tested the yields and reaction times for various experiments across the chemistry department. They used this to determine the performance of the CondenSyn, and the potential water savings through switching to CondenSyn from … Continue reading

Asynt November 2022 Chemistry Newsletter

Posted on: November 22, 2022

In the Asynt November 2022 Chemistry Newsletter we’ve included key features and articles relating to the topics you’ve told us you’re particularly interested in but we’ve finished up a look back at an incredible historical scientific resource that we hope … Continue reading

Royal Society of Chemistry

The Royal Society – an historical anniversary

Posted on: November 21, 2022

The first meeting of the Royal Society, otherwise known as the ‘learned society’ was held on 28th November 1660 following a lecture at Gresham College by Sir Christopher Wren.  The group soon received royal approval and from 1663 would be … Continue reading

national chemistry week 2022

National Chemistry Week 2022

Posted on: November 8, 2022

Launching into National Chemistry Week 2022 National Chemistry Week is an event that has always strived to highlight the value of chemistry in everyday life. A mission that has never been more relevant with respect to the development of sustainable … Continue reading

Asynt October 2022 chemistry newsletter

Asynt October 2022 Chemistry Newsletter

Posted on: October 26, 2022

As we reach the final quarter of 2022 please rest assured that there’s plenty still yet to come!  In the Asynt October 2022 Chemistry Newsletter we’ve included key features and articles relating to the topics you’ve told us you’re particularly … Continue reading