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Wolverhampton's Analytical Chemistry Competition
Wed 12 July 2017, 09:00 – 15:30 BST
Wolverhampton’s Analytical Chemistry competition is financially supported by the Royal Society of Chemistry’s Midlands Local Section. The competition is aimed at schools and colleges, located in the West Midlands, which were unable to participate in this year’s national RSC Schools Analyst Competition.
This competition is an opportunity for students to use analytical equipment not always available in schools, gain additional practical experience and apply their knowledge of chemistry to solve problems. Instructions will be given and students will be supervised but help from staff will be limited to ensure a fair competition. The competition is open to those currently studying AS (year 12) chemistry or equivalent. Each team will consist of 3 students from the same school or college. A maximum of 3 teams are allowed from each school or college.
Prizes (in the form of gift vouchers) will be awarded to individual students whose teams are placed 1st, 2nd or 3rd in this friendly competition. Details of prizes can be provided on request.
9.00-09.45 Visitors arrive in Rosalind Franklin Science Building (MB) foyer
09.45-10.00 Students are provided with a lab coat and safety goggles and an introductory H&S talk
10.00-13.00 Students will complete practical work in the chemistry laboratory
Teachers will have the opportunity to discuss their outreach requirements with a member of staff from the University of Wolverhampton in a nearby room
(Each visiting student and teacher will be given a £5 lunch voucher to spend on campus)
14.00-15.00 Demonstrations from the “Science Shack” team
15.00-15.30 Winners announced and presentation of prizes
15.30 Visitors depart
REGISTRATION INSTRUCTIONS FOR TEACHERS - please register per team (of 3 students). Schools are limited to registering a maximum of 3 teams. Places are allocated on a first come first served basis. At least one teacher is required to accompany the students from their school or college.
What are my transport/parking options for getting to and from the event?
For travel information to the University, please click on the following link: Maps and directions
Details of the type of parking (public, disabled or staff) can be found on our interactive campus map.Parking for minibuses is available at Faulkland Street. WV1 1JN. The council charges per coach/minibus/bus are: up to 4 hours - £5.00, over 4 hours - £8.00. The drop off point for coaches is Stafford Street outside the Rosalind Franklin Building.
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University of Wolverhampton - Rosalind Franklin Science Building