All the latest news from the School.
The School of Chemistry is expanding and it is pleased to announce the appointment of two new members of academic staff.
Cardiff School of Chemistry has risen four places, from 16th to 12th, in the league table for chemistry published in the Guardian University Guide 2015.
A new X-ray imaging technique developed by scientists from the School of Chemistry is published in the journal Science.
A recent communication in the Journal of the American Chemical Society, by Professor Rudolf Allemann and co-workers, is the subject of a prestigious Spotlight article by the journal.
On Thursday 15th May the School of Chemistry hosted the annual Salters’ Festival of Chemistry.
Recent work featuring Cardiff School of Chemistry (Dr Simon Pope) has been highlighted on the cover of the ACS journal Inorganic Chemistry.
The 13th Cardiff Chemistry Conference was held on 12th and 13th May 2014 in the School of Chemistry.
Recent internationally leading research by a team at Cardiff University led by Professor Rudolf Allemann from Cardiff School of Chemistry has been highlighted in the media.
The School of Chemistry is set to benefit from a major EPSRC investment in a state of the art mass spectrometry suite.
As part of chemistry week the School of Chemistry hosted a CHEMNET outreach afternoon entitled “Computational Chemistry LIVE.
New research from the School of Chemistry has advanced our understanding of how enzymes (proteins) increase the rate of chemical reactions.
Cardiff benefits as Willetts announces £350M for postgraduate study
Chemistry Week has been celebrated in Cardiff with a molecular treasure hunt in the city centre, a hands-on molecular modelling workshop for ChemNet members and a public lecture from Prof David Smith.
The School of Chemistry is very proud to award a record number of students University Scholarships in recognition of their excellent academic achievements.
Researchers from Cardiff University’s School of Chemistry have created light-responsive peptides that are able to induce cell death in cancer cells when activated with externally applied light pulses.
Researchers from the School of Chemistry, along with colleagues in Bristol, València and Castelló, have uncovered a mechanism by which enzyme motions couple to chemical reactions.
Cardiff School of Chemistry Welcomes Record Intake
The Royal Society, the UK’s national academy of science, has today announced recipients of its awards, medals and prize lectures, including two leading researchers from Cardiff University.