The aim of this event was to introduce 14 – 16 year old students to local industry and demonstrate how the chemistry they are currently being taught at school is applied by a variety of people in their everyday work. The event was organised by the School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences, at the Ulster University, and sponsored by the RSC and the Wolfson Foundation.
Year 13 and 14 pupils taking part in Spectroscopy in a Suitcase, delivered by the RSC and Queens University Belfast PHd students.
Year 14 pupils using the melting point apparatus bought with PTFA funding. This allows the pupils to either identify or assess the purity of a compound.