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Manchester Science Festival Launch

Rich Hudson

29th October 2012

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Manchester Science Festival Launch

Wednesday 24 October saw the VIP launch party of the sixth annual Manchester Science Festival and I was lucky enough to be invited. The launch was held at the Manchester Museum of Science and Industry (MOSI) of ReAgent is a sponsor.  And what a great night it turned out to be! The event… Continue reading »

Chemistry With Cabbage School Visit

Rich Hudson

18th October 2012

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Chemistry With Cabbage School Visit

Monday 12th November is going to be an exciting day for me and one of my colleagues as we are preparing to go ‘back to School’. We have been invited to attend a one-day workshop with Years 5 and 6 at Aston-by-Sutton Primary School near Runcorn, Warrington which will be run by Lorelly… Continue reading »

ReAgent Sponsors Chemistry with Cabbage

Rich Hudson

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ReAgent Sponsors Chemistry with Cabbage

One of the things that I love about my job is the chance I get to meet some really interesting people. Lorelly Wilson from Chemistry with Cabbage was no exception when I met up with her recently to discuss becoming a sponsor of her ‘hands on’ educational chemistry programme aimed primarily at Year… Continue reading »

Manchester Science Festival Invitation

Rich Hudson

16th October 2012

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Just a quick update to let you know I have been invited to the VIP launch party of Manchester Science Festival. There is a good video on YouTube explaining what Manchester Science Festival is: I’ve been invited because ReAgent, is a corporate sponsor of the Science Museum Group, which includes the Museum Of… Continue reading »

What’s it like Working in a Chemical Sales Job?

Amy Hawthorne

27th September 2012

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Cat Bridges, Sales

Cat Bridges from ReAgent explains some of the technicalities of working in sales for a chemical company. My Chemical Background When I started working at ReAgent 2 years ago, I hadn’t studied Chemistry since I left school where fortunately I had a brilliant, enthusiastic teacher who used to set her arm on fire… Continue reading »

Space Art Project

Rich Hudson

21st September 2012

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Space Art Project

We have recently been involved in a very exciting project – a world first, in fact. The creation of a stunning piece of artwork at height of more than 100,000 feet! How it all started… The story began about six months ago when we were approached by Josh Taylor, a remarkable young entrepreneur… Continue reading »

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