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    Poster Prize for Dian Li (Nick Williams group)

    Dian Li, postgraduate researcher working for Prof. Nick Williams, has won a poster prize at the international conference European Syposium on Organic Reactivity.

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    Literary award for Glassblower Dan Jackson

    Resident glassblower Dan Jackson has received a society literary prize for an article written on the Murano Glass museum in Venice and demonstrated the construction of a Klein bottle at a BSSG symposium.

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    Autumn 2017 issue of Resonance is out now

    Resonance Issue 7 is now available, featuring articles focusing on the chemistry in the literature.

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    Catalysis Science and Technology Journal Front Cover for Marco Conte

    Research by Dr Marco Conte has been selected as the front cover of the journal Catalysis Science & Technology featuring contributions from two level 4 MChem students.

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  • Julie Hyde

    Julie Hyde recognised for Outstanding Service to the RSC

    This summer, Dr Julie Hyde has been awarded for her Outstanding Service to the Royal Society of Chemistry

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    Zoe Smallwood wins Presentation Prize

    Zoe Smallwood has won the Fluorochem Prize for best Oral Presentation at the Chemistry: The Science Around Us symposium, held in Leeds.

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    In Memoriam: Dr Karl A. Wilkinson

    Dr. Karl A. Wilkinson (19 Feb 1981 - 25 August 2017)

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  • Liz Baggaley

    Dr Elizabeth Edwards (née Baggaley) has left the Department

    Research and teaching associate Dr Elizabeth Edwards (née Baggaley) has left the department after working here for five years.

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    University of Sheffield spin-out company helping to secure the future of UK chemistry

    A new spin-out company launched on 3 August 2017 by the University of Sheffield, in collaboration with the University of Leeds, will enable pharmaceutical industries to develop life-saving medicines and secure the future of chemistry research in the UK.

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    First Briton in Space Dr Helen Sharman is awarded Honorary Degree

    Dr Helen Sharman, the first Briton in space and 1984 BSc graduate from the Department of Chemistry returned to Sheffield during Graduation 2017 to officially open the Diamond building and receive an honorary degree in recognition of her outstanding achievements.

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  • Mike Ward

    Mike Ward has left the building

    Head of Department Professor Mike Ward has left the University of Sheffield to become Head of Department at The University of Warwick. Joe Clarke had the opportunity to sit down with Mike to discuss his experiences at Sheffield.

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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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  • Natalia Martsinovich

    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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