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Chemistry at Work


The Wolfson Foundation
Chemistry at Work events offer school students the opportunity to appreciate the place of chemistry in everyday life and the world of work, with particular emphasis on what is happening in their local area. 

They aim to show a positive image of the chemical sciences and to present them as exciting, interesting and wealth-creating activities that are worth considering as the basis of a career.

Chemistry at Work is supported by an education grant as part of the Reach and Teach Programme funded by the Wolfson Foundation.


About and Background

Background information about the events

Watch the videos of Chemistry at Work events

These videos show examples of both Primary and Secondary School Events

Handbook and Information Documents

Information and guidelines for organisers and presenters

What kind of presentations are there?

Summaries of previous presentations

Downloadable Files

Chemistry at Work Review 2009
Review of the Chemistry at Work events programme carried out in 2008/9 by the University of Southampton
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Contact and Further Information

Chemistry at Work Team
Royal Society of Chemistry, Thomas Graham House, Science Park, Milton Road, Cambridge CB4 0WF