Periodic table pins

Let’s put a pin in it!

Posted on: July 23, 2018

Just like us, you have hobbies and interests outside of work which can sometimes spill over into your daily pastimes too.  Find out about our collaboration with Chemist, Julie Niklas! Continue reading

Asynt Royal Wedding tribute

Some kind of Royal chemistry

Posted on: May 15, 2018

We presume, as with any impending marriage, that a lot of chemistry comes in to play but with any big reaction there’s a certain amount of responsibility to make sure you’ve considered all the related facts.  I wouldn’t want to be the person checking off the lists prior to the Royal Wedding this Saturday! Continue reading

QUB Worldwide White Coat Walk

Worldwide White Coat Walk

Posted on: May 14, 2018

The Chemistry and Chemical Engineering Departments at Queen’s University Belfast are organising the Worldwide White Coat Walk on 6th June 2018 in an effort to raise both awareness and much needed funds for research in to cancer treatments. Continue reading

Asynt chemistry

Fighting for those who can’t

Posted on: May 14, 2018

As a huge Marvel fan (geek alert!) I was quite taken by the wording of the audio track over the new Infinity War trailer.  It talks about assembling these extraordinary individuals on behalf of the greater population, people who “….could fight the battles that they never could”.  Sounds like a lab to me! Continue reading

Dr Xavier Pollet-Villard and Dr Cyril Putin Co-founders of the nataliance IvF center

What makes a good egg?

Posted on: March 13, 2018

Dr Xavier Pollet-Villard, MD, Embryologist and Andrologist, co-founder of the Nataliance Fertility centre, installed recently a Liquid Nitrogen Generator that can generate sixty litres of LN2 every day. Find out why! Continue reading

World Water Day 2018 – let’s get involved!

Posted on: March 12, 2018

World Water Day is an annual event celebrated on 22nd March, worldwide. The issues of clean water, sanitation and hygiene facilities in developing countries aren’t directly associated with unnecessary water loss in a laboratory in London for example, but we only have so much fresh water to go around.  This is something we feel that everyone is responsible for and we can all make a difference.  Continue reading