Helping organisations gain value from process understanding

Britest is a leading exponent of whole process design for the chemical, pharma and other process manufacturing industries.

Our suite of proprietary tools help users define, structure, and translate working knowledge into process understanding. Expert facilitation, mentoring and training allow organisations to embed this approach to derive tangible business value.  Our members share knowledge and dilute research risk through a unique collaborative ethos,defining and delivering innovative solutions to key process and manufacturing challenges.
 

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FACES OF BRITEST

At the core of Britest is a dedicated team of Britest support specialists. Experts in Britest tools and study methods, they are also skilled facilitators, communicators, and mentors - in short all the back up your product and process development teams need to maximise the benefits.

Meet the full team


John Henderson - Technical Communications Specialist

An experienced industrial chemist, consultant and trainer, equally fascinated by people and processes, John brings bring a personable and flexible approach to technical communications within the Britest community, and in support of dissemination and exploitation activities in our collaborative research projects.  

Mark Talford - Technical Director

A strategic thinker, Mark retains a chemical engineer's enthusiasm for innovative design and practical solutions. He is responsible for developing and delivering Britest’s innovation strategy, addressing challenges in sustainable whole process design.

Charlie Gordon - Senior Innovation Specialist

Charlie is an experienced and personable technical facilitator and trainer, able to draw on his knowledge of reaction engineering and process development chemistry in both academic and multi-national industrial environments.