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Science and chemical manufacturing resources

7 Reasons For Being A Member Of Chemicals NW

Lucy Bell-Young

4th December 2020


7 Reasons for Being a Member of Chemicals NW

ReAgent is part of the largest industry in the UK: the chemical sector. To stand out in this sector, we have to constantly look for ways to improve and be ahead of the competition. That’s why we appreciate support from organisations such as Chemicals Northwest, which sets up networking events and projects, as… Continue reading »

New: ReAgent’s Company History Video

Jessica Clifton

1st July 2020


ReAgent’s Company History Video

Our new company history video explores ReAgent from when it was founded over 40 years ago, and looks at how we have become a third generation family business. ReAgent was founded in 1977 by Derek Millard, who worked in a standards lab at ICI. Derek realised that he could supply this standards lab… Continue reading »

What Are The Lead Times On Your Products?

Jessica Clifton

22nd January 2020


Find out the lead times on ReAgent and products

When we receive a new enquiry, one of the questions we’re commonly asked (and rightly so!) is when the customer can expect to receive their product. Because we manufacture a wide range of chemicals and offer different chemical services, the answer can be different depending on your requirements. At ReAgent, we manufacture custom-made… Continue reading »

Can I Visit Your Chemical Manufacturing Facility For An Audit?

Jessica Clifton

8th January 2020


ReAgent is open to customers who want to conduct audits of our chemical manufacturingfacility

We’re often asked by customers and potential customers whether they can visit our chemical manufacturing facility in Cheshire, U.K., in order to conduct an audit at our premises. If you’re interested in one of our chemical manufacturing services, whether that’s contract manufacturing, chemical repacking or our new biological reagents service, we are open… Continue reading »

ReAgent Review of the Year 2019

Jessica Clifton

18th December 2019


ReAgent’s new biological reagent manufacturing service includes making IVD reagents for medical devices

Unbelievably, another decade has almost gone by and this time of year always finds us reflecting back on our successes, mistakes, and what we’ve learned. 2019 has been quite a year for ReAgent, from settling into our new factory to gaining more quality certifications, employing more team members to help facilitate our considerable… Continue reading »

About The Science Blog

At The Science Blog, we write about the latest from the world of science, chemistry, and chemical manufacturing. From the chemicals in drugs, to the science behind a soda can, to what the chemical industry can do to support sustainability, you’ll find all the resources you need to sate (and pique!) your curiosity about science. 

If you’re interested in a career in science or chemistry, you can also use The Science Blog to find all the information you need on chemical careers. Whether you want to learn how you can pursue your dream job, or simply want to know what skills you need to pursue a STEM career, The Science Blog empowers you with the knowledge you need to begin your journey. 

If you’re part of the chemical manufacturing industry, or want to learn more about it, The Science Blog also features a range of articles that focus on exactly that. Maybe you want to know how you can make your chemical manufacturing facility more eco-friendly, or uncover the benefits of cleanroom contract packing. You can even access comprehensive guides and download them as PDFs for absolutely free, such as our Complete Guide to Contract Manufacturing.

And for all of you chemistry buffs out there, The Science Blog lets you delve deeper into complex topics like aldehydes, ketones, HEPES buffer, and diagnostic reagents. Discussing the molecular structures and uses of different chemicals, we help you better understand the inner workings of common substances used in science. No matter what aspect of chemistry you’re interested in, The Science Blog has it all!