Waste from the food chain could hold the clue to treating eye infections worldwide
A new laboratory model that can be used to test treatments for curing eye infections caused by fungi, bacteria and viruses, while also reducing the number of animals used in medical research, has been developed by researchers at the department.
New academic paper makes front cover of Chemical Science
Dr Peyman Z. Moghadam’s paper on the classification of metal-organic frameworks (MOFs) has been selected for the front cover of the highly prestigious journal of Chemical Science.
2020 graduates to begin major research project with industrial world leader
Two of the departments MEng graduates have started working with Unilever on their new Clean Futures strategy, which aims to change the way some of the world’s most well-known cleaning and laundry products are created, manufactured and packaged.