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Cardiff University Mathematics and Chemistry students help team to take victory over Coventry on University Challenge

27 September 2022

The Cardiff University team rose to the challenge on Monday night (19 September) and achieved a convincing win against the University of Coventry.

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Chemistry Graduation Celebrations for our 2020, 2021, and 2022 graduates

19 August 2022

Our graduate students from 2020-2022 attend Chemistry graduation celebrations.

Unrealistic journal requirement for chemical purity of samples

7 July 2022

Researchers at the Cardiff Catalysis Institute collaborated with three international research groups on a study that showed an unrealistic journal requirement for chemical purity of samples.

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Prof Marc Pera Titus Redox Flow Batteries

22 June 2022

New energy storage will help keep the lights on

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Cardiff University scientist wins prestigious Royal Society of Chemistry Prize

8 June 2022

Dr Louis Morrill has been awarded the prestigious Hickinbottom Award from the Royal Society of Chemistry.

Laboratory testing of substances. Credit: The Loop

COVID-19 and Brexit ‘caused sharp rise in copycat ecstasy’, study suggests

7 June 2022

Almost half of substances sold as MDMA at English festivals last year contained none

School recognised for its research excellence in REF 2021

12 May 2022

The School of Chemistry has been recognised for its research excellence in the REF2021, with 99% of our submitted research being classed as world leading or internationally excellent.

Greener route to widely used industrial material

5 May 2022

Scientists develop new in-situ method of creating cyclohexanone oxime, representing a potential ‘sea change’ in industrial processes.

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A guiding light

14 March 2022

Dr David Morgan, Surface Analysis Manager in the School of Chemistry and the Cardiff Catalysis Institute has recently been awarded the Vickerman Award by the UK Surface Analysis Forum (UKSAF)

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Gold solution to catalysis grand challenge

6 January 2022

Cardiff University researchers demonstrate the suitability of gold as a catalyst to produce methanol and acetic acid from the methane in natural gas.