Mehul Jesani, 2019 Cohort
The course has opened my eyes to the usefulness of these [automation and A.I.] technologies to augment synthetic chemistry.
Joe Heeley, 2019 Cohort
If you are undecided in exactly which area of Synthetic Chemistry interests you, the TECS CDT is perfect for you as it helps you discover aspects of chemistry that you weren't aware of before.
Alice Dean, 2019 Cohort
The machine learning and coding aspects of the course were completely new to me, but I have quickly learnt a new coding language, as we completed an excellent course run by the University of Bristol.
Felix de Courcy-Ireland, 2019 Cohort
Equipment like the Chemspeed robot is not commonplace in the world of university research, so it's been rewarding learning about it.
James Mortimer, 2020 Cohort
My enhanced knowledge of photochemistry is used every day for me in the lab, and I hope to use flow chemistry later in my project to optimise my synthetic methodology.
Sarah Eibenschutz, 2021 Cohort
I would definitely recommend doing rotations in labs that do research in areas you have not had any experience in previously.
Patrick Daley-Dee, 2021 Cohort
In the year I have been on the CDT, I have developed skills relevant to chemistry and the wider job market, met some great people and enjoyed challenging myself.
Xiyue Leng, 2021 Cohort
I would not have chosen my current project if not because of TECS and I am really enjoying working at the chemistry-structural biology interface.
Calum Haydon, 2021 Cohort
TATE is a fantastic opportunity and try and make the most of all the interesting and useful opportunities!