Location: Franklin Wilkins Building, Waterloo Campus and St Thomas' Hospital
The Department of Chemistry is opening its doors once again this year's 'SCI Discover Chemistry Day' on February 17 2016.
The event is for school students aged 16-18 who are studying Chemistry, and their parents. Come along to meet King's Chemists, see some of our exciting research in action including live experiments and a tour of our chemistry research facilities including clinical PET facilities.
We will also be introducing students to King's Chemistry programme's and representatives from the Society of Chemical Industry will be delivering a special lecture.
The event is a must for anyone considering a degree and career in Chemistry. Parents and teachers are also welcome to attend, we encourage you to come along and meet staff from the Chemistry department.
Outline of the day - the full programme will be uploaded shortly.
Foyer, Franklin-Wilkins Building, Waterloo Campus
||Welcome to King's
Chemistry with Biomedicine MSci/BSc
Students: choice of interactive demonstrations and tours
Teachers: Extended talk with the Department staff and students
|| Society of Chemical Industry (SCI)
||Transfer to St Thomas' Campus
||Chemistry in the Medical Setting
Choice of three different activities for both students and parents as well as the opportunity to speak to research staff over refreshments
The Faculty of Natural & Mathematical Sciences at King's College London has a code of conduct which we expect participants at our events to abide by. This is intended to ensure an inclusive and product environment and can be read here.