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Chemistry - Career - 17.05.2024
Highest honour from Royal Society of Chemistry for Cardiff researcher
Highest honour from Royal Society of Chemistry for Cardiff researcher

Chemistry - Career - 16.05.2024
Pioneering professor at The University of Warwick announced as Fellow of the Royal Society

Environment - Chemistry - 16.05.2024
Bath part of £11M research collaboration to help cut carbon emissions of the chemical industry
Bath part of £11M research collaboration to help cut carbon emissions of the chemical industry

Chemistry - Physics - 03.05.2024
Chemist explores the real-world science of Star Wars
A professor at the University of Warwick is exploring the chemistry of the galaxy far, far away this Star Wars Day, May the 4th.

Environment - Chemistry - 18.04.2024
Imperial academic wins ¤2.4 European funding to improve solar harvesting tech

Environment - Chemistry - 18.04.2024
Imperial academic wins ¤2.4m European funding to improve solar harvesting tech

Physics - Chemistry - 11.04.2024
Manchester physics researchers awarded prestigious funding to pursue projects that could lead to major scientific breakthroughs

Physics - Chemistry - 28.03.2024
Researchers help secure £49.35m to boost mass spectrometry research

Innovation - Chemistry - 21.03.2024
Pilot Innovation Accelerator programme reaches half-way mark

Innovation - Chemistry - 14.03.2024
Three Cambridge researchers awarded Royal Academy of Engineering Chair in Emerging Technologies
Three Cambridge researchers awarded Royal Academy of Engineering Chair in Emerging Technologies

Physics - Chemistry - 12.03.2024
Developing high-entropy materials for sustainable applications
A team based in The University of Manchester's Department of Materials are leading research into inorganic high-entropy materials.

Health - Chemistry - 29.02.2024
Vibrant images showcase key moments of discovery in UCL research
Vibrant images showcase key moments of discovery in UCL research
Eye-catching images by researchers at UCL and Great Ormond Street Hospital (GOSH) that highlight "A Moment of Discovery" have been showcased as part of an annual competition. The winning image was submitted by PhD candidate, Giada Benedetti (UCL Great Ormond Street Institute of Child Health), and shows "The explosive potential of gastrointestinal organoids".

Chemistry - Life Sciences - 23.02.2024
Migraine research and beating human hearts: News from Imperial
Migraine research and beating human hearts: News from Imperial
Here's a batch of fresh news and announcements from across Imperial. From research to explain what causes a migrane, to funding that will allow researchers to deliver unprecedented imaging of the beating human heart, here is some quick-read news from across Imperial.

Chemistry - Innovation - 21.02.2024
Top prize for game-changing technology with potential to transform water treatment in the UK and across the world
Top prize for game-changing technology with potential to transform water treatment in the UK and across the world

Chemistry - Innovation - 06.02.2024
Imperial and Liverpool to lead UK's flagship £12m AI for Chemistry Hub
Imperial and Liverpool to lead UK’s flagship £12m AI for Chemistry Hub

Life Sciences - Chemistry - 31.01.2024
Mimicking the Brain: Long-Term Memory and Synapse-Like Dynamics in 2D Nanofluidic Channels
Key highlights Tiny channels of nanometer scale (1 nanometer = 1/billionth of a meter) are found in nature that allow substances to pass through and filter out impurities.

Event - Chemistry - 17.01.2024
Manchester professors honoured in 2024 Blavatnik Awards for Young Scientists

Chemistry - 18.12.2023
Seven Questions with... Celine Darwiche
Seven Questions with... Celine Darwiche

Health - Chemistry - 11.12.2023
Haircare science and solar cells: News from Imperial
Haircare science and solar cells: News from Imperial
Here's a batch of fresh news and announcements from across Imperial. From an award to celebrate outstanding international female scientists, to a new way to map solar cell movements, here is some quick-read news from across Imperial.

Physics - Chemistry - 11.12.2023
Harnessing energy stored in water from raindrops
Rain drops on window glasses surface with cloudy background. Natural Pattern of raindrops isolated on cloudy background.

Chemistry - 06.12.2023
University of Warwick chemist secures slice of £4m grant

Chemistry - 29.11.2023
A smart glove to improve stroke rehabilitation
A smart glove to improve stroke rehabilitation
An electronic glove that enables movement in the paralysed hand of stroke survivors - supporting their rehabilitation - has been invented by a team from the University of Southampton.

Chemistry - Life Sciences - 29.11.2023
The University of Manchester and Shell partner to bring more sustainable chemical manufacturing to market

Physics - Chemistry - 16.10.2023
Five researchers win top honours and awards from Institute of Physics
Five researchers win top honours and awards from Institute of Physics

Innovation - Chemistry - 06.10.2023
£2.5 million funding announced for Bath-led GW-SHIFT hydrogen supercluster
£2.5 million funding announced for Bath-led GW-SHIFT hydrogen supercluster

Environment - Chemistry - 04.10.2023
New sustainable Molecular Sciences building will foster cutting-edge scientific research
New sustainable Molecular Sciences building will foster cutting-edge scientific research
The new collaborative base for over 500 researchers in chemical, environmental and biomolecular sciences has opened at the University of Birmingham.

Life Sciences - Chemistry - 29.09.2023
Researchers at The University of Warwick to benefit from £18 million investment in world-class frontier bioscience
Researchers at The University of Warwick are among four world-class teams receiving a share of £18 million to pursue transformational bioscience research programmes.

Innovation - Chemistry - 26.09.2023
Cardiff spinout outgrows incubator
A company specialising in expanding organoids at scale is preparing to leave Cardiff Medicentre. Cellesce, a spin-out from Cardiff and Bath Universities, has been a tenant at the Medicentre since 2017.

Chemistry - Environment - 26.09.2023
A Greener Route to Nylon Production
Research by Cardiff scientists that could radically reduce greenhouse gas emissions that result from the chemical synthesis sector has been shortlisted for an IChemE Global Award. The team from the Max-Planck-Cardiff Centre on the Fundamentals of Heterogeneous Catalysis (FUNCAT), have reported a brand-new method of creating cyclohexanone oxime - a pre-cursor to the plastic material Nylon-6.

Chemistry - 01.09.2023
Developing pioneering ways to study catalysts
In a pioneering application of operando spectroscopy, researchers at The University of Manchester at Harwell (UoMaH), in collaboration colleagues at Diamond Light Source, University College London, Un

Chemistry - Computer Science - 22.08.2023
DigiFAB Hackathon tackles science challenges with large language models
DigiFAB Hackathon tackles science challenges with large language models
The Institute for Digital Molecular Design and Fabrication (DigiFAB) hosted a hackathon themed around large language models in science.

Innovation - Chemistry - 02.08.2023
Chemify announces £36m of funding to digitise chemistry

Chemistry - 21.07.2023
Porous materials network EPoMM opens
Network will find and investigate materials for applications in renewable energy, drug delivery, water purification and more Renewable energy, manufacturing, drug delivery and water filtration are some of the wide-ranging challenges researchers are aiming to make impacts in, following the launch of a new materials research network.

Chemistry - Career - 19.07.2023
'Welsh is a language for science'
’Welsh is a language for science’

Environment - Chemistry - 13.07.2023
Breaking down plastic waste quickly, cleanly and cheaply
Breaking down plastic waste quickly, cleanly and cheaply
A greener, faster and more effective way of recycling plastics is being developed by researchers at Cardiff University.

Pharmacology - Chemistry - 05.07.2023
Scientists make common pain killers from pine trees instead of crude oil
Scientists make common pain killers from pine trees instead of crude oil
Common drugs such as paracetamol and ibuprofen can be made from a chemical from pine trees instead of crude oil products. A team of scientists, from the University of Bath's Department of Chemistry and Institute for Sustainability have found a way to create two of the world's most common painkillers, paracetamol and ibuprofen, out of a compound found in pine trees, which is also a waste product from the paper industry.

Chemistry - 04.07.2023
New process for clean drinking water reaches innovation final
A new chemical process that removes chlorine in drinking water has reached the final of a £4m innovation competition. Researchers from Cardiff University have teamed up with the water filtration systems specialists, Origin Aqua , to develop a product that disinfects water, kills viruses and bacteria and removes chlorine by-products.

Chemistry - Environment - 16.06.2023
Catalysis pioneer wins Environment Prize

Chemistry - Innovation - 13.06.2023
Two innovative research teams win Royal Society of Chemistry’s prestigious Horizon Prizes
Two research teams at The University of Manchester have won a prestigious Royal Society of Chemistry Horizon Prize.

Chemistry - Materials Science - 13.06.2023
Synthetic chemist and battery-membrane team win RSC awards

Chemistry - Materials Science - 12.06.2023
Six Oxford scientists win Royal Society of Chemistry Prizes
Six Oxford University academics have been honoured in the Royal Society of Chemistry (RSC)'s annual Research and Innovation Prizes - more than any other institution this year.

Chemistry - Materials Science - 12.06.2023
Scientists win prestigious Royal Society of Chemistry Prizes
Scientists win prestigious Royal Society of Chemistry Prizes

Chemistry - Health - 07.06.2023
Oxford Professor of Chemistry elected to oldest learned US society

Chemistry - Innovation - 22.05.2023
Industry consortium to develop modern chemical manufacturing methods
Industry consortium to develop modern chemical manufacturing methods

Physics - Chemistry - 22.05.2023
Imperial academic lead in £12 million fusion power industry partnership
Imperial academic lead in £12 million fusion power industry partnership
Researchers will explore a new method for creating fusion power that they hope could eventually be scaled to provide safe, clean, and abundant energy.

Chemistry - Innovation - 19.05.2023
University of Glasgow projects win £1.3m funding for green hydrogen research

Chemistry - 18.05.2023
Prof Chris Hardacre named 2024 RB Anderson Catalysis Award winner
Prof Chris Hardacre named 2024 RB Anderson Catalysis Award winner

Chemistry - Event - 04.05.2023
International equality, diversity and inclusion network wins award

Innovation - Chemistry - 29.03.2023
Launch of new centre showcases innovations in catalysis research
Launch of new centre showcases innovations in catalysis research

Chemistry - Physics - 24.02.2023
Research captures and separates important toxic air pollutant
Led by scientists at The University of Manchester , a series of new stable, porous materials that capture and separate benzene have been developed. Benzene is a volatile organic compound (VOC) and is an important feedstock for the production of many fine chemicals, including cyclohexane. But, it also poses a serious health threat to humans when it escapes into the air and is thus regarded as an important air pollutant.
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