International Chemistry Accreditation for Domino Scientists

March 4, 2022

A Cambridge company is congratulating three of its members of staff who have recently received a prestigious accreditation from the Royal Society of Chemistry (RSC).

Marco Albertini, Jessi Godleman and Jack Conway, all in senior science roles in the Marking Materials Department at Domino Printing, have achieved Chartered Chemist (CChem) status after successfully completing a Professional Development Programme.

Marco Albertini, Senior Analytical Chemist, performs investigations to support the development of food packaging inks, ensuring their compliance with the current regulations.

Jessi Godleman, Senior Chemist – Automation of Ink Development, first became involved with Domino when working on her PhD in novel polymers for inkjet printing at Reading University and undertook several placements at the company before joining two years ago.

Jack Conway, Senior UV Formulation Chemist joined Domino in the UV Ink Development team as a Formulation Chemist after graduating from the University of Hull four years ago.

In 2013 Domino as a company was recognised as an official provider of the Professional Development Programme which is internationally benchmarked by the RSC.

The Accredited Scheme is run by three Co-ordinators at Domino – Fiona Calver, Christina Bird and Steven Lancaster – who said: “Congratulations to Marco, Jessi and Jack on achieving Chartered Chemist status. This accreditation gives staff and customers the confidence and assurance that our scientists are working to the highest national and international practices and standards.”

Dr Jonelle Harvey from the RSC added: “The jewel in the crown for me is the positive way that Domino showcases candidates from diverse backgrounds, demonstrating that becoming a Chartered Chemist is for everyone who plays an active part in the scientific community, developing strong scientific and transferable skills and showing a commitment to building them over their career.”