By Charles Tanford & Jacqueline Reynolds The historic laboratory, built in 1897 and the principal place of research
By Eric Preston Who invented the steam engine ? It was not James Watt who is widely credited with this, but Thomas Newcomen.
By James Sumner By 1900, Owens College was expanding, sweeping away the terraced residential streets of Chorlton-on-Medlock.
By James Sumner Halfway down Burlington Street stands the Schunck Building, part of a 1904 extension to the University of
By Melanie Keene Born in Plymouth Dock in 1807, Robert Hunt’s local legacy has been both a mineralogical collection at
By Bill Griffith Chemical Landmark plaque for Unilever The presentation took place in the Unilever Port Sunlight Research and
By Bill Griffith On Wednesday 9 February 2011, an English Heritage plaque was unveiled at 12 Arundel Gardens, Notting Hill,
By Alan Dronsfield The latest presentation of a Royal Society of Chemistry (RSC) National Chemical Landmark plaque took place
By Alan Dronsfield This pharmaceutical firm, where several world famous drugs were discovered, was awarded with a Royal