Domino partners with Royal Society of Chemistry
Domino Printing Sciences in Cambridge has strengthened the global standing of its R & D team by becoming a corporate partner with the Royal Society of Chemistry (RSC).
The coding and marking specialist is also working towards the RSC’s Accreditation Programme which allows its training and continuing professional development strategy and implementation to be peer-reviewed by the RSC. This will improve the efficiency of scientific training and ensure that technical staff are working at the highest international standards. It will also facilitate the award of Chartered Chemist status to staff working towards this recognition of their professional standing.
As a member of the RSC’s Corporate Partnership Programme, Domino can also have access to scientific events, conferences and a network of 50,000 chemists around the world.
Steven Lancaster, Analytical Science Team Leader at Domino said: “We are delighted to be working with the RSC, both on the accreditation of our in-house training programmes and also to benefit from its prestigious reputation and international reach. Obtaining RSC accreditation for our training not only will increase Domino’s credibility with customers but also open up new opportunities for our staff.”
Earlier this year Domino Printing Sciences won a Queen’s Award for Continuous Achievement in International Trade, in recognition of substantial overseas earnings, sustained for six consecutive years, at levels which are outstanding for its goods and services and the size of its operation.
PHOTOGRAPH SHOWS: RSC Relationship Development Manager , Andrew Scott (left) presenting the membership certificate to Steven Lancaster, Analytical Science Team Leader, Domino.