Professor Andrew Orr-Ewing elected as Fellow of the Royal Society 5 May 2017 The School of Chemistry is delighted to announce that Professor Andrew Orr-Ewing has been elected as Fellow of the Royal Society for his outstanding contribution to science
- Bryan Bzdek awarded Friedlander award by the American Association of Aerosol Research 26 October 2017 Dr Bryan Bzdek, NERC Independent Research Fellow, has been awarded the Friedlander award by the American Association of Aerosol Research. The award was presented at their Annual Conference in North Carolina, which was held last week.
- Now a research associate in the School of Chemistry, Dr Julie Dunne started her career in a completely different field. 20 October 2017 Now a research associate in the School of Chemistry, Dr Julie Dunne started her career in a completely different field.
- Electroplating: the birth of a single nucleus caught ‘in camera’ 18 October 2017 Electroplating, or electrodeposition, is one of the most important processes in chemistry, in which a metal cation in solution can be reduced to its elemental form by applying an electrical potential to an electrode.
- Chemistry to go boldly into virtual world 16 October 2017 In David Glowacki’s lab at the university of Bristol, UK, molecules appear right in front of you in all their moving, three-dimensional glory.
- Diamond thin films: giving biomedical applications a new shine 11 October 2017 A recent paper by Professor Paul May and reviews a large body of data regarding the use of diamond substrates for in vitro cell culture as well as detailing more recent work exploring diamond-coated implants with the main targets being bone and neural tissue
- Success for the School of Chemistry at this year's Green Impact Labs Awards 29 September 2017 Teams from the School of Chemistry were awarded five out of twelve Green Impact Labs Awards, including the Organic Geochemistry Unit which won the Special Award for Innovation for Engagement
- Latest Issue of Chemistry Explored now available 15 September 2017 The latest issue of the Chemistry Explored is now available
- Poster Success for School of Chemistry Students at this year's ECIS Conference 14 September 2017 Two PhD students from the School of Chemistry have been awarded poster prizes at the 31st Conference of the European Colloid and Interface Society (ECIS).
- Nanostructural origin of blue fluorescence in the mineral karpatite 31 August 2017 Research from the School of Chemistry solves a decades-old mystery as to why a naturally-occurring organic crystal known as karpatite fluoresces blue under ultra-violet light, yet when grown under laboratory conditions fluoresces with an intense green colour.
- Bioinspired Artificial Phagocytosis 16 August 2017 Research led by Professor Steve Mann's group, featured on the front cover of Nature Materials.