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Max Planck Centre on the Fundamentals of Heterogeneous Catalysis

The Max Planck Centre on the Fundamentals of Heterogeneous Catalysis explores advancements in our understanding of catalysis.

The Centre opened in 2019 to facilitate collaborative research with Max Planck Institutes around the world.

Latest news

Apparatus in a chemistry laboratory

A greener route to nylon production

26 September 2023

FUNCAT in IChemE Global Award shortlist

A scientist operating an instrument in Cardiff University's Translational Research Hub laboratories.

Scientists make methanol at room temperature

22 September 2023

Cardiff team takes “significant step towards a sustainable methanol-based fuel economy”

Professor Graham Hutchings (L) Dr Wyn Meredith (R)

Regius Professor and CS expert elected Fellows of Royal Academy of Engineering

20 September 2023

Honour for Graham Hutchings and Wyn Meredith

We are improving the understanding of catalysis, developing new catalytic processes with industry and promoting the use of catalysis as a sustainable 21st century technology.

Home to two institutes, both using world-leading research to improve industrial processes.

The School tackles the important scientific challenges of the 21st century which is the focus of its internationally leading research and education.