Posts by Amy Hawthorne

Amy Hawthorne

Amy Hawthorne

After graduating from Lancaster University in 2013, Amy joined ReAgent in early 2014 as a Marketing Assistant. She is responsible for creating regular blogs and managing ReAgent's social media accounts, as well as producing video content as part of our online marketing plan.

6 Exciting Projects we’ve been a part of

Amy Hawthorne

2nd April 2015

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ReAgent has been part of some innovative and exciting projects, many of which have gained media attention throughout the globe. We’ve been on-hand to supply chemicals and custom-made formulations to these projects and we’re thrilled that some have even made TV appearances and had backing from huge celebrity names. 1.     BLOODHOUND Project We’re… Continue reading »

2014 Review of the Year [Part 2]

Amy Hawthorne

31st December 2014

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Yesterday, we published a post summing up the most memorable parts of 2014 for ReAgent between the months of January and June. Today we’re covering the rest of the year, which saw ReAgent make even more exciting leaps in so many aspects of the business. July We watched chemistry demonstrations at the Catalyst… Continue reading »

Infographic: Chemical Calculations

Amy Hawthorne

28th October 2014

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Chemical Calculations We put together an infographic to examine some complex chemical calculations. We used comparisons from chemicals and packaging we sell at ReAgent to show the sheer size of some places and objects we’re all familiar with. For example, do you know how many IBC’s of deionised water it would take to… Continue reading »

Video: Contract Bottling

Amy Hawthorne

3rd October 2014

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What Types of Chemical Contract Manufacturing Does ReAgent Provide – Contract Bottling

There is more to contract bottling than you may be aware of, and this is particularly true in the chemical industry. Just pouring chemicals into bottles that look slick and shiny is not sufficient; it’s vital to take into account the chemical’s reactivity, the material of the bottle and the method of filling.… Continue reading »

5 Amazing Scientific Discoveries from British Chemists

Amy Hawthorne

26th June 2014

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Britain has certainly made its mark in the field of chemistry, with pioneers in the chemical industry making amazing scientific discoveries that have shaped the way we understand the world today. The huge contributions from British scientists to chemistry have led to redeveloping certain ideas that had been around for hundreds –even thousands… Continue reading »

About The Science Blog

At The Science Blog, we write about the latest from the world of science, chemistry, and chemical manufacturing. From the chemicals in drugs, to the science behind a soda can, to what the chemical industry can do to support sustainability, you’ll find all the resources you need to sate (and pique!) your curiosity about science. 

If you’re interested in a career in science or chemistry, you can also use The Science Blog to find all the information you need on chemical careers. Whether you want to learn how you can pursue your dream job, or simply want to know what skills you need to pursue a STEM career, The Science Blog empowers you with the knowledge you need to begin your journey. 

If you’re part of the chemical manufacturing industry, or want to learn more about it, The Science Blog also features a range of articles that focus on exactly that. Maybe you want to know how you can make your chemical manufacturing facility more eco-friendly, or uncover the benefits of cleanroom contract packing. You can even access comprehensive guides and download them as PDFs for absolutely free, such as our Complete Guide to Contract Manufacturing.

And for all of you chemistry buffs out there, The Science Blog lets you delve deeper into complex topics like aldehydes, ketones, HEPES buffer, and diagnostic reagents. Discussing the molecular structures and uses of different chemicals, we help you better understand the inner workings of common substances used in science. No matter what aspect of chemistry you’re interested in, The Science Blog has it all!