How chemistry rocks the status quo
Chemistry uses scientific evidence to shake up attitudes, influence changes in our behaviour and find solutions to make things better or more efficient, whether it’s what you eat and drink, how you travel or what you need to be well.
Lucia analyses museum objects to help the Victoria and Albert Museum curators understand, date and authenticate them.
Tom works for the UK government and briefs ministers and politicians about the latest scientific research to inform their policies
Mike discusses his vital role in advising businesses and chemists about how to be more green and sustainable
Nicholas discusses his challenging work bringing together scientific fields to ensure that their company’s chemicals are used safely and comply with strict rules and regulations
Xameerah talks about her important role in providing specialist advice on science and science policy to inform the work and policies of the UK government
Emma communicates science to the public by sourcing or commissioning engaging and accurate scientific photographs, illustrations and videos for publications
Harriet works at the world’s largest independent funder of cancer research where she helps researchers get support from the UK government and other research bodies
Trevor discusses his unique role of promoting the uses of gold to companies across different industries
Sallie develops creative ideas to get good media coverage for science organisations and events