Tackling life's big challenges through the chemical sciences
...encourage people of all ages to pursue science and make a difference.
... Rosalind Franklin, who was the first ever person to see what DNA looks like, and took the first 'photograph' of it: Photo 51.
... walking my dog, watching sci-fi, and baking tasty treats!
... it's a part of everything that's around us! From the air we breath, to the chair you're sitting on - chemistry is everywhere.
... seeing people get excited about science!
... see the next generation of scientists make the biggest positive impact yet on the world.
... life isn't always a straight line, but the twists and turns are what make it all that more interesting.
The resources for Dig It UP! have been created by The STEM Response Team at the University of Wolverhampton.