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  • Major new equipment investment for Chemistry

    A first look at the recently installed equipment, funded by EPSRC and the University of Sheffield.

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  • Thumbnail Academic Awards

    Two Departmental Nominations for Academic Awards 2014

    Two Departmental Nominations for Academic Awards 2014.

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  • Fourth Year Poster Session 2014

    The fourth year Poster Session was held on 21 May 2014.

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  • Ed Warminski

    Ed Warminski wins Senate Teaching Award

     Dr. Ed Warminski, our Head of Undergraduate Laboratories, was awarded one of the 2013-2014 Senate Teaching Awards for sustained Excellence in Teaching.

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  • Steve Armes

    Steve Armes wins RSC Interdisciplinary Prize

     Steve Armes wins one of the RSC Interdisciplinary Prizes 2014

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  • Athena Swan Bronze

    Athena SWAN Bronze Award!

     The department was awarded an Athena Swan Bronze Award in the latest Athena SWAN awards round.

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  • Steve Armes

    Steve Armes becomes FRS

     Steve Armes has been elected to be a fellow of the Royal Society

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  • Chemistry News Team

    A new Chemistry News Team, consisting entirely of students, has just released the first issue of "Resonance." 

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  • Dick & Dom in the Department of Chemistry

    CBBC filmed the part of the latest episode of 'Absolute Genius with Dick and Dom' in the Department of Chemistry

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  • Jim Thomas

    Stopwatches for DNA

    Research led by Jim Thomas's research group in collaboration with the Weinstein group has been featured on the front cover of one of the most prestigious, internationally leading chemistry journal, Angewandte Chemie International Edition

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  • Steve Armes

    Steve Armes awarded £653K EPSRC Grant

    Prof Steve Armes (with Prof. Harry Moore of BMS) was awarded a £653 K EPSRC Grant to further develop his work on polymer worms into the area of stem cell research.

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  • Steve Armes

    Steve Armes' Research on cover of 'Advanced Functional Materials'

    Recent research conducted in the Armes Group by Joe Lovett and dr. Lee Fielding was recently highlighted on the inside front cover of the prestigious journal "Advanced Functional Materials." They developed a new way of creating charged particles, which could be useful mimics for smog particules in the atmosphere as well as for interstellar dust particles. Other applications are still being investigated.

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  • Promotions 2014

    Six promotions for academic staff in 2014

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  • Julia Weinstein

    Weinstein Paper on Cover of Chemical Science

    Recent research conducted in the Weinstein Group by dr. Elizabeth Baggaley and by their collaborators was recently highlighted as an edge article on the front cover of the prestigious journal "Chemical Science." In this paper they report on the development of a new microscopy technique, which can be applied to cell imaging and diagnostics.

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  • David Williams

    Williams Paper on Cover of Nucleic Acids Research

    Recent research in the group of dr. David Williams was highlighted on a recent cover of the journal 'Nucleic Acids Research'.

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