Chemistry is the central Molecular Science. It is about everything that has to do with molecules: making them, using their properties to engineer useful things, studying fundamental physics with molecules, and using their physical properties to achieve new effects. Molecular science is the confluence of chemistry, physics, engineering, molecular biology, geology, medicine, and materials science.
Staff in the School of Chemistry work on projects strongly tied to other disciplines in areas including plasmonics, molecular magnets, battery technology, 3D printing, and malaria. The School is therefore perfectly placed to work with other schools and colleges to go after the big questions in science.
Rhys, G. G., Wood, C. W., Lang, E. J.M., Mulholland, A. J., Brady, R. L., Thomson, A. R.
Convenient preparation of bactericidal hydrogels by covalent attachment of stabilized antimicrobial peptides using thiol–ene click chemistry
Cleophas, R. T.C., Riool, M., Quarles van Ufford, H. (L.) C., Zaat, S. A.J., Kruijtzer, J. A.W. and Liskamp, R. M.J.
Sanogo, Y., Othman, R. B., Dhambri, S., Selkti, M., Jeuken, A.
Operando spectroscopy study of the carbon dioxide electro-reduction by iron species on nitrogen-doped carbon
Genovese, C. et al. (2018) Operando spectroscopy study of the carbon dioxide electro-reduction by iron species on nitrogen-doped carbon. Nature Communications
Al Sobhi, S., Bion, N., Hargreaves, J. S.J.
Emergence of function and selection from recursively programmed polymerisation reactions in mineral environments
Towards a better understanding of the electrosynthesis of 2,5-dicarboxy-2,5-dihydrofurans: structure, mechanism and Influence over stereochemistry
Shipman, M. A.
Highly efficient fullerene and non-fullerene based ternary organic solar cells incorporating a new tetrathiocin-cored semiconductor
Jagadamma, L.K., Taylor, R.G.D., Kanibolotsky, A. L., Sajjad, M. T., Wright, I. A., Horton, P. N., Coles, S. J., Samuel, I. D.W. and Skabara, P. J.
Using mid-infrared spectroscopy and supervised machine-learning to identify vertebrate blood meals in the malaria vector, Anopheles arabiensis
Mwanga, E. P. et al. (2019) Using mid-infrared spectroscopy and supervised machine-learning to identify vertebrate blood meals in the malaria vector, Anopheles arabiensis. Malaria Journal
Low-temperature studies of propene oligomerization in ZSM-5 by inelastic neutron scattering spectroscopy
Hawkins, A. P.
Wallace, A. G.
Metal-free organic chromophores featuring an ethynyl-thienothiophene linker with an n-hexyl chain for translucent dye-sensitized solar cells
Lim, D.-S., Park, K.-W., Wiles, A. A.
Forgan, R. S.
Heal, K., Phin, A., Waldron, S.
Anion-exchange synthesis of thermoelectric layered SnS0.1Se0.9-xTex nano/microstructures in aqueous solution; complexity and carrier concentration
Huang, L., Han, G., Zhang, B. and Gregory, D.
In-depth investigation of large axial magnetic anisotropy in monometallic 3d complexes using frequency domain magnetic resonance and ab initio methods: a study of trigonal bipyramidal Co(II)
Hay, M. A.
Highly tunable thiosulfonates as a novel class of cysteine protease inhibitors with anti-parasitic activity against Schistosoma mansoni