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Major success as Dr Timothy Easun and Dr Ceri Hammond are awarded Royal Society Fellowships

26 June 2015

Major success as Dr Timothy Easun and Dr Ceri Hammond are awarded Royal Society Fellowships

Enzyme catalysis

University researchers develop pioneering new method to map enzyme activity

17 June 2015

Researchers from the School of Chemistry have pioneered a new technique that will enable scientists to precisely pinpoint the areas on an enzyme that help to speed up chemical reactions

Dr Duncan Browne receiving a token from Prof Sourav Pal; Director of NCL Pune.

Dr Duncan Browne featured in Royal Society of Chemistry News

15 June 2015

Duncan Browne appears twice in this months RSC News.

Chemistry of Fireworks

Chemistry students show off their film-making skill

8 June 2015

All third year MChem Chemistry students were asked to produce a five-minute video on a chemically related topic, as part of their training in presentation skills.

Karen Holford with formula 1 car

Soapbox challenge for female scientists to get their message across

4 June 2015

Five Cardiff University scientists are stepping on a soapbox in Swansea to enthuse the passing public about their research.

In Main Building doorway looking up

The School of Chemistry welcomes new Research Fellow

1 June 2015

The School of Chemistry is very pleased to welcome a new member of academic staff; Dr Louis Morrill.

Salters Festival 2015

BBC coverage of the Salters’ Festival of Chemistry at Cardiff School of Chemistry

20 May 2015

The School of Chemistry recently hosted its annual Salters’ Festival of Chemistry on 14th May 2015

Group photo of most of the speakers from the 14th Cardiff Chemistry Conference.

14th Cardiff Chemistry Conference 2015

13 May 2015

Now in its 14th year, the annual Cardiff Chemistry Conference was held on 11th and 12th May 2015.

2 students in Chemistry lab with

University aims to ‘trigger a passion in science’ among pupils

7 May 2015

Triggering a passion for science is the aim as Cardiff University welcomes 40 students from 10 South Wales schools as part of a touring festival of chemistry.