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Inspiring role-models for your students

Displaying profiles of real-life chemists in the classroom is a great way to spark your students’ interest and demonstrate how they can make a difference to the world with chemistry. The profiles we have selected showcase chemists from diverse backgrounds who have all taken different routes into chemistry.

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Photograph of Taryn R from RSSL

Scientist, food and pharmaceuticals (pdf)

Taryn uses scientific instruments to test our food and medicines and make sure they are safe.

Photo of Paul Wrathmall, Senior Science Manager, British Sugar

Senior science manager (pdf)

Paul improves processes so that every bit of so-called waste from sugar production is recovered and reused

Photograph of chemist, Celine Moreira

Analytical technician, plastics (pdf)

Celine modifies plastics so they can biodegrade in the natural environment. 

Photograph of Joseph Goodwin, laboratory analyst

Laboratory analyst for water (pdf)

Apprentice Joseph ensures there is clean, safe water for everyone in the UK.

Head of research and sustainability, Ananas Anam

Head of research and sustainability (pdf)

Raquel develops a sustainable fabric that comes from pineapple leaves that would otherwise be burnt

Photograph of Gary Thorpe, Quality Officer, Wellcome Sanger

Quality officer, genomics research (pdf)

Gary helps scientists make breakthroughs by ensuring the data they use is accurate and reliable.

Photograph of chemist, Holly Carter

Associate scientist for pharmacueticals (pdf)

Holly is developing new medicines while studying towards her degree apprenticeship.

Photo of Dr Iqbal, Research Fellow, the University of Birmingham

Battery recycling research fellow (pdf)

Zubera is leading the charge on lithium-ion battery recycling for electric vehicles.

Making the differerence campaign posters

Photo of the chemistry making the difference poster

More chemistry career posters

Pack contains posters for our five key topics: Changing lives, Fixing the future, Challenging opinions, Being the catalyst and Innovating industry. 

Celebrating disabled scientists

Enable science

Celebrating disabled scientists with Enable Science

Posters produced by Compound Interest and Enable Science that highlight some of the challenges and accommodations needed to do science alongside being disabled, and also the scientists’ contributions to science.

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Teachers and careers advisers

Resources that will help you link chemistry learning at school to future career paths