Here's a youthful Sandy running a chromatography column in St Andrews, Scotland, around 1976.

Please check out the website of the chemistry department at the University of Victoria, Canada, where Sandy formerly worked as an Assistant Teaching Professor UVic Chemistry Department


Dr Sandy Briggs has not checked all the information on the following linked sites and makes no claim about the reliability of the sites' contents.

Periodic Table

Association of the Chemical Profession of British Columbia (ACPBC)

4000 Years of Women in Science

Some Female Scientists

History of Women In Science

Girls in STEM (Science Technology Engineering & Mathematics)

STEM Projects for Youth

Centre for Science in the Public Interest (Canada)

The following four sites will help to protect you from the onslaught of charlatans:

Office for Science and Society (McGill University/ Dr Joe Scwarcz)

Professor Stephen Lower's great site about 'crackpot chemistry'

(Helping to protect you from) Bad Science

Quackwatch site

There seems to be a lot of useful information about science subjects on the Wikipedia site too.

A Green Chemistry Site

Food Additives

Contains Various Chemistry Links

How Stuff Works (Chemistry-related topics)