Interview by Materials Today with Prof Stan Golunski, Co-Director of the Cardiff Catalysis Institute (CCI).
Cardiff are proud to host the World Gold Conference in 2015.
Cardiff University has recently invested £7 million into the School & the CCI, to enable us to considerably expand our scientific research infrastructure, to enhance our existing core-equipment capabilities and to procure new discipline-changing high-end instrumentation.
Ground breaking work from Cardiff School of Chemistry has been featured on BBC Wales news.
The Cardiff Catalysis Institute (CCI) team from the School of Chemistry spent the first week in July staging an exhibit for the Royal Society's summer science exhibition.
A new partnership will connect leading edge science at Cardiff with the world of business.
The EPSRC is to create a Centre for Doctoral Training (CDT) in Catalysis
On the 9th October, the Cardiff Catalysis Institute hosted the first seminar series in memory of the late Dr Peter Williams who sadly passed away in 2012.
Listen to interviews from Cardiff's medal recipients
On the 24th of June, the CCI hosted delegates from the Chinese Academy of Sciences as part of their UK tour of leading universities in order to forge and strengthen links.
Leighton Andrews, the Welsh Government Minister for Education and Skills visited the Cardiff Catalysis Institute this morning to see at first hand the facilities that are available in one of the world leading centres for catalysis.
Scientists from Cardiff and other partner universities have launched a new centre for research into catalytic research.
Leading University experts have received a £3M funding boost as part of a major new hub designed to support economic growth, reduce CO2 emissions, produce cleaner water and generate more sustainable energy.
Dr Jennifer Edwards is the recipient of the prestigious 2013 Clara Immerwahr award.
Dr Karen Wilson, Prof Adam Lee and PhD student Rachel Walker have recently investigated the potential of hydrophobic surface coatings as protection for the cathedral walls and grotesques.
Professor Adam Lee has been awarded £221k as part of a £1.2M collaborative EPSRC grant entitled "Solar fuels via engineering innovation" with Professor Mercedes Maroto-Valer of Heriott-Watt University.
Dr Karen Wilson has been awarded a major grant under the NSF-EPSRC International Collaboration in Chemistry programme to work on catalytic conversion of biomass to fuels.