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    Graduation Ceremony 2017 - Prize Winners

    Our annual graduation ceremony took place on 20th of July with prizes presented to Saul Hunter (Haworth Medal and Haworth Prize), Ting Wu Liu (Performance in Chemistry Prize); Sophie Greaves and Victoria Seville (joint Brocklehurst Prize winners); John Cully (Lawrence prize and McWeeny-March Prize); James Baxter (Peter Maitlis Prize); Natalie Jones (Farapack Prize) and Theo Keane (Turner Prize).

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    Graduation Ceremony 2017

    The annual Chemistry department graduation ceremony was held on Thursday the 20th of July. Read inside for photos from the event.

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    Fraser Stoddart Visit

    Our students recently had the opportunity to meet Nobel Prize winner and former Sheffield Chemistry lecturer Sir Fraser Stoddart

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    Energy Environmental Science Publication for Natalia Martsinovich

    Dr Natalia Martsinovich, and collaborators at UCL, have published a paper in Energy & Environmental Science into a new photocatalyst which can catalyse the production of hydrogen from water.

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    Biotechnology Conference

    A special biosciences event was held for A-Level students to discuss degree optionswith students currently in the field as well as get a taster of education in a university environment.

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    Dalton Division Northern Meeting 2017

    The Dalton Division northern regional meeting was held in Sheffield on the 29th of June with Sheffield postgraduate researcher Beth Crowston being awarded a prize for the best talk.

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  • Jane Grasby

    Phosphate steering by flap endonuclease

    Working with international collaborators the Grasby group has revealed one of the secrets of human DNA replication.

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  • Lee Brammer

    Chemical Science and Chemistry World Publication for Lee Brammer

    A Chemical Science paper published by Prof. Lee Brammer and collaborators demonstrates that solvent controls competition between intermolecular interactions.

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    ANUMOCP XXVII

    The University of Sheffield hosted the 27th Annual Northern Universities Meeting On Chemical Physics, with several speakers from the chemistry department.

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    Dr Ed Warminski's Retirement

    Head of Undergraduate Laboratories Dr Ed Warminski has retired after 25-years working as a University Teacher.

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    Sign-Posting for Electrons

    A recent Nature Chemistry paper by the Meijer and Weinstein groups takes an important step in advancing the techniques used in creating molecular devices.

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    ECIS-Solvay Prize for Prof. Steve Armes, FRS

    Prof. Steven P. Armes, FRS has been awarded the ECIS-Solvay award 2017 for his design of block copolymers.

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    Kroto Day 2017

    Students visited the University of Sheffield to participate in a Buckyball building workshop dedicated to the research of Nobel Prize winning Chemist and Sheffield alumnus Prof. Sir Harry Kroto.

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    The Salters' Institue Festival of Chemistry 2017

    The Salters' Institute Festival of Chemistry took place in the department on the 7th of June inviting 16 local secondary schools for a day of practical chemistry, with prizes and lectures.

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    EPSRC Grant for Dr Seb Spain

    Dr Seb Spain has been awarded an EPSRC grant to develop new materials for the treatment of inflammatory diseases.

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