Inspiring lives – Page 3

  • Justin Schmidt
    Careers

    The man who gets stung by insects

    2017-02-03T08:16:00Z

    Justin Schmidt reveals the chemistry of venom

  • Jeff Hardy
    Careers

    The energy adviser

    2017-01-04T09:40:00Z

    Jeff Hardy reveals how to get a job in energy policy

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    The Christmas lecturer

    2016-12-05T09:35:00Z

    Saiful Islam reveals his plan to energise young minds at the Royal Institution

  • Ezra Pryor
    Careers

    The cannabis consultant

    2016-11-09T14:50:00Z

    Ezra Pryor shares how chemists can find a job in the expanding legal cannabis industry in the US

  • Kabrena Rodda
    Careers

    The security specialists

    2016-11-07T15:53:00Z

    Kabrena Rodda and Laura Denlinger talk about training Iraqi scientists in chemical safety and security

  • Omar Farha
    News

    The patriotic chemist

    2016-10-27T10:06:00Z

    Northwestern University’s Omar Farha, who hails from the West Bank, is all about MOFs and keeping America’s scientific community inclusive

  • Lina Zhang - Index
    Careers

    The cellulose specialist

    2016-10-03T07:09:00Z

    Lina Zhang reflects on five decades as part of China’s green chemistry vanguard

  • Claire Benson portrait
    Careers

    The fire scientist

    2016-09-05T11:54:00Z

    Combustion expert Claire Benson shares how her team is solving the latest problems in health and safety

  • Francisco Radler and chums
    Careers

    The anti-doping expert

    2016-08-03T00:00:00Z

    Francisco Radler, the man in charge of the Rio 2016 Olympics anti-doping operation, reveals how his team has prepared

  • Artnauka performance
    Careers

    The stunt show

    2016-07-26T00:00:00Z

    Clouds of liquid nitrogen and flamethrowers are a usual sight at the offices of Russian science and art show Artnauka, Kit Chapman finds

  • Catriona Gebbie
    Careers

    The offshore chemist

    2016-06-21T00:00:00Z

    Catriona Gebbie talks to Nina Notman about life as the only analytical chemist on board a North Sea oil production platform

  • Rebecca Melen
    Careers

    The main group researcher

    2016-04-14T00:00:00Z

    Chris Chapman finds out how international travel and awards have put main group chemist Rebecca Melen on the fast track to academic success

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    The Lego creator

    2016-04-04T00:00:00Z

    Lego’s Thomas Tarp tells Rachel Brazil how the world’s largest toy company is at the forefront of chemical safety and sustainable materials

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    Careers

    The entrepreneur

    2016-02-22T00:00:00Z

    Science party entrepreneur Marc Wileman tells Emma Davies how his passion for education won his company investment on the BBC’s Dragons’ den

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    Careers

    The Greenpeace scientist

    2016-02-03T00:00:00Z

    Rachel Brazil discovers how a chance phonecall took Paul Johnston from being a concerned researcher to Greenpeace’s principal scientist

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    Careers

    The online teacher

    2016-01-07T00:00:00Z

    Neil Garg plans to transform how students around the world think about organic chemistry – with Bacon. Nina Notman explains

  • May Turner
    Careers

    The classical singer

    2015-11-26T00:00:00Z

    May Turner tells Phillip Broadwith how she balances topping the music charts with developing the latest generation of engine oils

  • Anubhav Saxena
    Research

    Ingenuity, relevance and execution

    2015-11-19T00:00:00Z

    Anubhav Saxena from the Indian branch of Momentive Performance Materials gives his perspective on innovation

  • Fern Kelly
    Careers

    The textiles designer

    2015-10-30T00:00:00Z

    Combining chemistry with a passion for textiles has taken Fern Kelly on an unusual career journey spanning the globe. Rachel Brazil investigates

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    The space junky

    2015-07-06T00:00:00Z

    Sending her experimental polymers into space was a career high for Lenore Rasmussen. But space is just one part of the story, Nina Notman finds