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Professor Sir John Meurig Thomas FRS

Professor Sir John Meurig Thomas FRS (1932 – 2020)

2 December 2020

We regret to announce the death of Professor Sir John Meurig Thomas FRS, who was Honorary Distinguished Professor in the School of Chemistry at Cardiff University since 2005.

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Breakthrough in the fight to replace pesticides

27 November 2020

Cardiff School of Chemistry successfully creates alternative pest control agents

Atomic resolution image of metal oxide catalyst and elemental mapping

Award drives collaboration across Research Hub

17 November 2020

Electron microscopy expands capability

Chemical plant

New £4.3m centre to improve the sustainability of the UK chemical industry

11 November 2020

Scientists to explore novel ways of harvesting useful compounds from domestic and industrial waste

Professor Richard Catlow

Professor Richard Catlow awarded knighthood

12 October 2020

Professor Richard Catlow has been awarded a knighthood in the Queen’s Birthday Honours for his ‘remarkable’ and ‘impactful’ contributions to scientific research.

Socially Distanced Chemistry Lab

Welcome, new students!

29 September 2020

It's that time of year again - Cardiff School of Chemistry welcomes its new students

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Congratulations to all our graduating students

29 July 2020

Huge congratulations to all final year students on their graduation from the School of Chemistry

Jar of pharmaceutical tablets

Exciting breakthrough could reduce both cost and toxicity of making medicines

23 July 2020

A research team at Cardiff have unearthed a way to use non-metal catalysts, which they say could potentially make pharmaceutical drugs both more affordable and safer.

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On-campus lab work makes a welcome return

15 July 2020

The School of Chemistry has begun its phased return to on-campus lab work, as national restrictions caused by covid-19 begin to ease.

Chemistry

Spinning chemicals for faster reactions

10 July 2020

Cardiff University scientists discover new method for mixing liquids with promising applications in medicine, agriculture, and the fragrance industry.