Organization profile

Organisation profile

Research areas

Research in the Department of Chemistry spans all sub-disciplines, from theoretical physical chemistry to biological chemistry and antibody engineering. There are four research groups:

Additionally, collaborative research both between groups with other Departments is important. There collaborations include:

REF 2014 performance

The results of the Research Evaluation Framework (REF) 2014 confirm the excellence of the research undertaken in the department. View REF 2014 results.

Research Centres

Centre for Sustainable Chemical Technologies - CSCT with the Department of Chemical Engineering

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Cerebellar Ataxia Chemical Compounds
Electrodes Engineering & Materials Science
Temperature Engineering & Materials Science
Metals Engineering & Materials Science
Water Engineering & Materials Science
Ligands Engineering & Materials Science
Ions Engineering & Materials Science
Acids Engineering & Materials Science

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Projects 2001 2023

Research Output 1964 2018

Activated Polyacrylamides as Versatile Substrates for Postpolymerization Modification

Larsen, M., Herzog, S., Quilter, H. & Hillmyer, M. 2018 In : ACS Macro Letters. 7, p. 122-126

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Biological Psychiatry
Cerebellar Ataxia
Cape Verde
Cetomacrogol
Pericarditis
Extrusion
Kaolinite
Nuclear magnetic resonance
Costs
Desalination

A simple umbelliferone based fluorescent probe for the detection of nitroreductase

Sedgwick, A. C., Hayden, A., Hill, B., Bull, S. D., Elmes, R. B. P. & James, T. D. 17 Jan 2018 In : Frontiers of Chemical Science and Engineering. p. 1-4 4 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Enzymes
Fluorophores
Assays
Fluorescence
Molecules