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  • Dept2

    RSC Analyst Competition

    The department hosted the local heats of the RSC analyst competition with four local secondary schools sending students to compete.

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  • Dept2

    Charles Stirling Lecture Series

    The Charles Stirling Lecture series has been launched to inform students on the research undertaken in the department. The first speaker was Prof. Mike Ward talking about supramolecular chemistry.

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  • Dr Stuart Archer Culinary Chemistry Lecture

    Culinary Chemicals ChemSoc Lecture

    Masterchef finalist and postdoctoral research Dr Stuart Archer delivered a lecture on the chemistry behind cooking as well as practical demonstrations of how to make ice cream using liquid nitrogen.

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  • Thumbnail

    Towards a table-top synchrotron

    A Department of Chemistry academic is part of a research team that is working towards ways to shrink some of the most powerful technologies from large scale facilities to table top equipment.

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  • Adrien Chauvet

    Dr Chauvet's Science Paper

    Newly appointed lecturer of Physical Chemistry, Dr Adrien Chauvet, has recently published his research in the prestigious journal Science.

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  • Dept2

    Staff Promotions

    Congratulations to Simon Jones, Sarah Staniland and Sasha Mykhaylyk on their recent promotions.

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  • Tony Ryan

    Marrakech Climate Change Conference

    Prof. Tony Ryan attended the recent climate change conference held in Marrakech to present research from the Grantham Centre and the University of Sheffield.

    Categorised under: Conferences and Workshops and News

  • Marco Conte

    RS Grant for Marco Conte

    A Royal Society grant has been awarded to Dr Marco Conte for the development of supported metal nanoparticles.

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  • Vesicles studied by Prof. Nick Williams

    Instant messaging developed for artificial cells

    A step forward has been made in the development of artificial systems that mimic the function of complex biological systems. Chemists at the Universities of Sheffield and Cambridge have found a new way to send signals across synthetic versions of biological membranes thus allowing chemical communications to be made between the inside and the outside of artificial cells.

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  • Anthony Meijer

    Meijer Group SURE Student co-author on Research Paper

    Hannah Fowler, current 4th year undergraduate student, was involved in a recent SURE project and contributed to a recently published Inorg. Chem. research paper.

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  • Nanjing students

    Sheffield-China joint degree programme receives Royal Society of Chemistry accreditation

    The Royal Society of Chemistry (RSC) has accredited a Chemistry degree offered jointly between Nanjing Tech University and the University of Sheffield.

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  • Dept2

    Chemistry Week November 2016

    November 20th-25th saw the University of Sheffield celebrate Chemistry week, with a series of activities to enthuse the public and young students about the exciting world of chemistry.

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  • Dept2

    ACS inChemistry article

    A recent inChemistry article detailed three University of Sheffield students who attended an experimental chemistry tournament in China at Nanjing University in July.

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  • Rebecca Gibson, Rev. Ron Lancaster and Shannon North

    Fireworks Lecture 2016

    The annual ChemSoc lecture on fireworks was held on the 16th of November presented by Rev. Ron Lancaster.

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  • Michael Hippler

    Dr Michael Hippler's Explosive Detector Project

    A new project conducted by Dr Michael Hippler, and funded through the "Find A Better Way" charity is using photo-acoustics to detect explosives.

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