Department of Chemistry
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Silver Athena SWAN Award
Athena SWAN recognises and celebrates good employment practice for women working in science, engineering and technology (SET) in higher education and research.
Stonewall Diversity Champion
Warwick University is proud to be a Stonewall diversity Champion.
Wed 20 May '15
The journal editors have selected a recent paper in Chemistry–A European Journal from Philip Chan’s group as a Hot Paper. The work describes…
Ligand-Controlled Product Selectivity in Gold-Cata…
Philip Chan’s group have this week published a paper in Journal of the American Chemical Society describing a synthetic method to prepare tr…
Tue 05 May '15
Warwick Chemistry part of Industrial Biotechnology…
Harrison-Meldola Memorial Prize for Adrian Chaplin
Adrian Chaplin has been award one of this years Harrison-Meldola Memorial Prizes from the Royal Society of Chemistry.
Thu 30 Apr '15
Lewandowski in Science: Hierarchical protein dynam…
Józef Lewandowski in collaboration with Lyndon Emsley (EPFL, Lausanne/ENS-Lyon) and Martin Blackledge (IBS, Grenoble) reports in Science on …
Wed 15 Apr '15
'It appears that a series of catalysts developed in the Warwick Chemistry department have the ability to achieve the impossible: 'Impossible…
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The £24M Materials and Analytical Sciences Building was completed in December 2011. It features a cutting-edge design and hosts state-of-the-art research facilities for material and analytical science research, encouraging interdisciplinary science projects.
Undergraduate teaching labs
State-of-the-art undergraduate labs for synthetic Chemistry (£2.5M) were officially opened by Nobel Prize laureate Prof. Robert H. Grubbs in July 2010. They were followed by new teaching labs dedicated to physical, computational and biological Chemistry (£1.5M)
which opened in October 2012.