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ReAgent Explores The Mechanics of Genius

Rich Hudson

11th February 2016

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The Mechanics of Genius – Sign

Earlier this week ReAgent attended the launch event of the latest exhibition to come to the Science Museum in London.  The exhibition is titled “Leonardo da Vinci: The Mechanics of Genius” and it explores the amazing contribution to science (and art) made by one of the greatest minds ever, Leonardo da Vinci. The… Continue reading »

The Chemistry of Fireworks

Dan Wiggins

5th November 2015

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“Remember, remember, the Fifth of November, the Gunpowder Treason and Plot. I know of no reason why the Gunpowder Treason should ever be forgot…” No, don’t worry… I’m not about to drop a history lesson about Guy Fawkes and his gunpowder plot. However, 5th of November is still a very celebrated day in British culture,… Continue reading »

3 Spooky Chemistry Experiments for Halloween Decor

Dan Wiggins

23rd October 2015

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Spooky Chemical Experiments

Whether you take halloween seriously and decorate your entire house top to bottom, or whether you have no interest whatsoever and turn the television up louder to ignore the trick or treaters, there is sure to be something in this incredible list of the 3 best chemistry experiments for Halloween props! WARNING: YOU MUST REMEMBER TO… Continue reading »

3 Of The Best Science Blogs

Dan Wiggins

25th September 2015

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The online community of Scientists is ever growing. With more and more scientists, physicists, chemists and more signing up to Twitter and Facebook and posting about their work; it can be difficult to keep track of the best accounts! As well as a recognised and respected chemical manufacturer, ReAgent also has a very… Continue reading »

ReAgent’s Involvement with BloodhoundSSC The Worlds Fastest Car

Dan Wiggins

11th September 2015

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December 18th, 1898. Gaston de Chasseloup-Laubat, a French race car driver steps into his Jeantaud electric car and sets the first recognised automobile land speed record. His top speed? 39mph (63.13 km/h). It’s bizarre to believe that at that time, this electric car was the fastest land vehicle in the world, and now we get frustrated on the road if… Continue reading »

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