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Modern Chemistry Podcast

Paul Orange Ph.D.

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Modern Chemistry Podcast

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Paul Orange Ph.D.

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Welcome to the Modern Chemistry podcast! And thanks for downloading our preview show. Connect with me (Paul) at https://www.linkedin.com/in/paulorange/ H.E.L. group can be found at www.helgroup.com – where you can also leave us a comment on the show and suggest topics or interviewees for future episodes. on LinkedIn at https://www.linkedin.com/company/hel-ltd/, on twitter we’re @HELUK, or search for us on Facebook Our theme music is "Wholesome" by Kevin MacLeod (https://incompetech.com) Music from https://filmmusic.io License: CC BY (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/)

Latest Episodes

Shmuel De-Leon, All Things Battery

For episode 4 of the Modern Chemistry show, I interviewed Shmuel De Leon. Since 1990, Shmuel has been working with batteries, energy cells and other energy storage devices.

16 MIN1 w ago
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Shmuel De-Leon, All Things Battery

Nessa Carson – Chemistry with ROBOTS!

For episode 3 of the Modern Chemistry show, I interviewed Nessa Carson, (@SuperScienceGrl on Twitter). Nessa currently works for a pharmaceutical company in the UK, in high throughput Chemistry and has previously worked for AMRI in a similar role. We discuss how robots have helped her in her work, but also how interdisciplinary modern chemistry needs to be.

27 MINFEB. 17
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Nessa Carson – Chemistry with ROBOTS!

The Flow State - Making Catalysis More Efficient

For episode 2 of the Modern Chemistry show, I interviewed RUSSELL TAYLOR, Lecturer in Synthetic Inorganic Chemistry & ESPRC Manufacturing Fellow and SAM RAYNES, Ph.D. student. Both at Durham University, UK.

24 MINENE. 8
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The Flow State - Making Catalysis More Efficient

Understanding The Science Of Safety With Jensen Hughes

For episode 1 of the Modern Chemistry show, I interviewed DAMIAN STEFANCZYK, Senior Consultant at Jensen Hughes and JENS CONZEN Associate Director, Industrial and Process Safety, also of Jensen Hughes. You can find out more information about Jensen Hughes at https://www.jensenhughes.com/ Jens is on LinkedIn at https://www.linkedin.com/in/jens-conzen-15364468/ - you’ll also find links to his publications and webinars on safety through this profile. Damian is on LinkedIn at https://www.linkedin.com/in/damiandstefanczyk/ We mention a few terms in this episode that you might want to understand a bit better: -The chemical ‘MDI’, which stands for Methylenediphenyl diisocyanate. MDI is often used in the production of rigid insulation for homes and other building. In different forms, it is also used in sealants, adhesives and weather-resistant materials. If you want to jump all the way down this rabbit hole – then check out this resource on this class of chemicals - https://dii.american...

24 MIN2019 DIC. 9
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Understanding The Science Of Safety With Jensen Hughes

Series Preview

Join Paul Orange and his guests as he gets under the skin of the impact that Chemistry and Chemical Engineering has on the modern world. From keeping us safe to producing biofuels, you’ll discover the many ways that Chemistry plays a huge role in how we live our lives today. A new episode will be released every month, so subscribe to have the latest one drop straight into your podcast feed!

1 MIN2019 DIC. 5
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Latest Episodes

Shmuel De-Leon, All Things Battery

For episode 4 of the Modern Chemistry show, I interviewed Shmuel De Leon. Since 1990, Shmuel has been working with batteries, energy cells and other energy storage devices.

16 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Shmuel De-Leon, All Things Battery

Nessa Carson – Chemistry with ROBOTS!

For episode 3 of the Modern Chemistry show, I interviewed Nessa Carson, (@SuperScienceGrl on Twitter). Nessa currently works for a pharmaceutical company in the UK, in high throughput Chemistry and has previously worked for AMRI in a similar role. We discuss how robots have helped her in her work, but also how interdisciplinary modern chemistry needs to be.

27 MINFEB. 17
Comments
Nessa Carson – Chemistry with ROBOTS!

The Flow State - Making Catalysis More Efficient

For episode 2 of the Modern Chemistry show, I interviewed RUSSELL TAYLOR, Lecturer in Synthetic Inorganic Chemistry & ESPRC Manufacturing Fellow and SAM RAYNES, Ph.D. student. Both at Durham University, UK.

24 MINENE. 8
Comments
The Flow State - Making Catalysis More Efficient

Understanding The Science Of Safety With Jensen Hughes

For episode 1 of the Modern Chemistry show, I interviewed DAMIAN STEFANCZYK, Senior Consultant at Jensen Hughes and JENS CONZEN Associate Director, Industrial and Process Safety, also of Jensen Hughes. You can find out more information about Jensen Hughes at https://www.jensenhughes.com/ Jens is on LinkedIn at https://www.linkedin.com/in/jens-conzen-15364468/ - you’ll also find links to his publications and webinars on safety through this profile. Damian is on LinkedIn at https://www.linkedin.com/in/damiandstefanczyk/ We mention a few terms in this episode that you might want to understand a bit better: -The chemical ‘MDI’, which stands for Methylenediphenyl diisocyanate. MDI is often used in the production of rigid insulation for homes and other building. In different forms, it is also used in sealants, adhesives and weather-resistant materials. If you want to jump all the way down this rabbit hole – then check out this resource on this class of chemicals - https://dii.american...

24 MIN2019 DIC. 9
Comments
Understanding The Science Of Safety With Jensen Hughes

Series Preview

Join Paul Orange and his guests as he gets under the skin of the impact that Chemistry and Chemical Engineering has on the modern world. From keeping us safe to producing biofuels, you’ll discover the many ways that Chemistry plays a huge role in how we live our lives today. A new episode will be released every month, so subscribe to have the latest one drop straight into your podcast feed!

1 MIN2019 DIC. 5
Comments
Series Preview
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