ReAgent Are Moving Factory!

Lucy Bell-Young

21st February 2018

Company News

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After months of planning, ReAgent are pleased to announce that we are officially moving into a larger, newly refurbished factory! It’s been hard keeping this quiet, but on 9th February 2018 we successfully finalised the purchase of our new manufacturing facility. Located literally across the road from our current factory, our new premises boasts many… Continue reading »

The Chemistry of Love

Lucy Bell-Young

14th February 2018

Chemistry, Science

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In honour of Valentine’s Day, we thought we would take a look at the chemistry behind the culprit of this love-hate holiday: love. From that first high school crush to the marital vow, we’re looking into what makes us giddy and what keeps us obsessed. It’s that time of year again: Valentine’s Day. Whether you’re… Continue reading »

The Chemistry of Fire

Lucy Bell-Young

31st January 2018

Science

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Chemistry of Fire

We’ve all heard of fire, and see it almost every day in matches, lighters, fireworks, gas hobs, and fire places. But this ostensibly simple reaction is actually a complex scientific event. What is Fire Exactly? Fire is an exothermic, self-perpetuating reaction that happens when a solid, liquid or gas-phase fuel undergoes rapid oxidation. This is… Continue reading »

ReAgent Renews Support for The Science Museum

Lucy Bell-Young

24th January 2018

Company News

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ReAgent have renewed their contract to be a Corporate Partner of The Science Museum for another 12 months. We join this ground-breaking institution on their mission to encourage the thinkers of tomorrow to learn more about the science that surrounds us every day.  What is The Science Museum? Based in London, The Science Museum is… Continue reading »

This Day in Chemistry: Sir Edward Frankland 

Lucy Bell-Young

18th January 2018

Science

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Born in Lancashire, England, Sir Edward Frankland is one of the most important British chemists in history. The father of organometallic chemistry, with a multitude of equally ground-breaking achievements under his belt, Frankland has helped to shape the world of chemistry we know today. So why isn’t he more well-known? On 18th January 1825, Edward… Continue reading »