News from BAT Research & Development
British American Tobacco’s 2015 Science & Technology Report details significant strides in the science of tobacco harm reduction made by BAT’s R&D department over the last year.
BAT’s R&D unit is inviting applications for a Science Communication Assistant, where you’ll be helping to communicate our science on tobacco harm reduction. Applicant deadline is 30 June 2016.
BAT presented its experience and approach to using biomarkers to assess the reduced-risk potential of novel tobacco and nicotine products at the US Food and Drug Administration’s workshop Biomarkers of Potential Harm (April 4-5).
BAT’s Chief Scientific Officer, Chris Proctor, is in San Diego at the Spring National Meeting of the American Chemical Society. Chris presented at the 2015 Autumn National Meeting in a session on Scientific Integrity. In San Diego, Chris continues his work as a committee member of the Corporate Associates Division.
As part of our open and transparent approach, we have designed an interactive visitor exhibit to showcase our science. Our exhibit room, R&D Live, puts you in direct conversation with our scientists as they explain the concept of their work.