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Synlett

New Synlett Cluster Collection on Frontiers in Organo-Fluorine Chemistry

17 December 2014

In recognition of his expertise in the important field of organo-fluorine chemistry, Dr Duncan Browne is guest editor for the latest issue of Synlett.

AFM of gold nanoparticles

Cardiff project student recognised in National Finals

16 December 2014

Rebecca Burgess an A-level student who undertook a Nuffield sponsored research project has been selected for the National Science + Engineering Competition finals.

Research Lab

School of Chemistry doubles intake in 5 years

18 November 2014

Cardiff University's School of Chemistry has doubled its student intake in five years.

Mondelez at Cardiff University Careers Science Fair

Employers target Cardiff Chemistry graduates

7 November 2014

Employers target Cardiff Chemistry graduates. Students and employers attend the latest Cardiff Science Fair in record numbers.

Outstanding International Student Satisfaction Medal

Award for Outstanding International Student Satisfaction 2014!

7 November 2014

Cardiff University wins the StudyPortals Award for Outstanding International Student Satisfaction 2014!

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.

Pictured: Back Row: Prof Rudolf Allemann (Head of School) and Dr Chris Morley (Director of Learning and Teaching). Front Row: Andrew Jones, Juliet Heaton, Tom Lambourn, Kathryn Dickins and Alexander Lander.

University Scholarships 2014

10 October 2014

The School of Chemistry is very proud to award a number of students University Scholarships in recognition of their excellent academic achievements. 

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

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£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.