Students from the Perse School in Cambridge visit Anatune

Martin Perkins

12th June 2014

Students see how the human nose can be used as a GC detector

On Tuesday 10th June, we welcomed a group of sixth-form chemistry students from the Perse School in Cambridge.

The students were learning about chromatography and so we were pleased to be able to contribute an hour or so of our time to let them see our lab, and hear something about how chromatography is used to solve a diverse range of real world problems.

On the day, Kathy Ridgway’s food dye separation so impressed, that we understand that it may make it into the curriculum permanently!