World Water Week 2023 20th – 24th August. Bringing together experts, policymakers, researchers, practitioners, & stakeholders worldwide – why is that important for chemists though?
We are so pleased to share the exciting news that Matthew Bennet, a senior technician in the Faculty of Science at the University of East Anglia (UEA), and his team have been awarded the title of SME Collaboration of the Year at the Impact & Innovation 2019 Awards.
Cape Town is in the shocking situation of being the first major city in the modern era to face the threat of running out of drinking water. I see regular posts on social media sites from friends in that area and this is very real.
We hear from Environmental Ambassador, Teresina Ambrosio – PhD Student at the University of Nottingham, GSK Carbon Neutral Laboratory for Sustainable Chemistry:
We are proud to share a recent case study on the Asynt CondenSyn waterless air condensers from King’s College London which forms part of their “Sustainability Champions” work.
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.
Asynt reports on an independent evaluation, from a leading UK university, detailing the performance of the CondenSyn MINI air condenser for safe use in their research and teaching laboratories.
It’s so easy to use three different sized CondenSyn in parallel with only one Asynt hotplate kit! Dr Arran Solomonsz demonstrates the simple set up and change over.
Dr Alistair Henderson of NewChem Technologies offers an evaluation of the CondenSyn waterless air condenser: “…The ease of which the lightweight condensers are attached to the reaction set-up make them attractive, it is just like ‘plug and play’!…”
The Asynt CondenSyn waterless condensers are tested and reported upon independently in both Australia and Sweden.