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Window to the past

A Window to the Past

13 October 2014

A recent publication in the Journal of the American Chemical Society gives insight into the evolutionary history of plant enzymes.

Classic NMR

“CLASSIC NMR” – A New In-Situ NMR Technique for Exploring the Evolution of Crystallization Processes

6 October 2014

A new in-situ NMR technique, developed by the Harris group, has been published as a “hot paper” in Angewandte Chemie International Edition.

Royal Society

Royal Society Wolfson Research Merit Award 2014

1 September 2014

Prof. Damien Murphy has received a Wolfson Research Merit Award from the Royal Society

CCI Machine Image

£7 million investment in the School of Chemistry & its Catalysis Institute

26 August 2014

View Source Chemical synthesis, the production and manipulation of more complex and valuable molecules from simple reactants, is in essence the primary driver of Chemistry as a STEM subject.

Students in Lab

Cardiff Chemistry rises to World Top 150 spot

21 August 2014

Cardiff School of Chemistry has been ranked in the world’s top 150 Chemistry departments in a recently released prestigious international league table.

Gold Catalysis

BBC focus on gold catalysis

15 July 2014

Ground breaking work from Cardiff School of Chemistry has been featured on BBC Wales news (14 July 2014).

Glittering exhibit at the Royal Society

Glittering exhibit at the Royal Society

15 July 2014

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.

graduation

Congratulations to our Graduating Class of 2014

14 July 2014

We would like to offer our congratulations to our 2014 graduating class.

Chemistry Lab

New Bioorganic Chemist joins the School of Chemistry

9 July 2014

Dr. Yu-Hsuan Tsai from the MRC Laboratory of Molecular Biology will join the School of Chemistry.

gold's hidden value

Scientists discover gold's hidden value

19 June 2014

From mitigating natural disasters to neutralising poisonous gases, scientists are finding new uses for gold.