This huge and dynamic industry is the second biggest sector in the Scottish economy and provides employment for thousands. It’s fundamental to modern life and provides everything from crop protection to healthcare products and even electronics.Find out more
An industry this huge has a wealth expertise and knowledge; CSS and our partners can provide a huge range of support and guidance for Scottish Chemicals companies large and small. Our Business Support section tells you more, and provides links to many of the resources and people available.Find out more
This is a hugely exciting industry that’s growing all the time. Its sheer and scope provides fantastic career opportunities, and many organisations offer support and guidance to those teaching Chemistry at all levels. You can find out more about resources, studying or careers in the chemicals sector.Find out more
This is your invitation to participate in a workshop to discuss the future Skills Investment Plans (SIPs) for the life and chemical sciences sectors in Scotland.Read more
Scientists from Heriot-Watt University are taking part in a £2.2 million Europe-wide project to find new applications for low value liquids produced during coal tar distillation.Read more
The world’s first car running on whisky residue has driven successfully for the first time.
The Universities of Scotland Inorganic Chemistry Conference (USIC) 2017 will be held on 29th – 30th August at the University of St Andrews. This annual conference has been running since 1966, and aims to bring together chemistry postgraduates from Scottish universities along with Newcastle and Durham.
The SCI Formulation Forum launch event will be held on 17th – 18th January 2018 at SCI, London. This is the first in a series of annual two day workshop events with formulation science related activities.
An initiative from Founders4Schools connects business leaders and schools to inspire students about tomorrow’s jobs.Read more
Based out of Lanarkshire, Insignia won the Gold Award at the industry-leading Dupont Awards for Packaging Innovation. Their Freshtag label monitor time and temperature from production through to the restaurant/store. This innovative technology both ensures food is consumed at it’s peak freshness and reduces unnecessary food waste.
Heriot-Watt will be the largest University provider of the Graduate Level Apprenticeships (GLAs) announced by the Scottish Government. 379 places will be made available for individuals to study for a degree while in work in 2017/18 under a scheme organised by Skills Development Scotland (SDS), working with businesses, universities and colleges.Read more
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