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.
Our staff and students work on projects strongly tied to other disciplines in areas including plasmonics, molecular magnets, battery technology, 3D printing and malaria. Our research is split into six main research groups, detailed below.
Spicer, R. L., Stergiou, A.
Schmidt, B. V.K.J.
Multivariate modulation of the Zr MOF UiO-66 for defect-controlled multimodal anticancer drug delivery
Abanades Lazaro, I.
Bell, J. D.
Dearle, A. E. et al. (2019) An [FeIII 34] molecular metal oxide. Angewandte Chemie (International Edition)
There is nothing wrong with being soft: using sulfur ligands to increase axiality in a Dy(III) single-ion magnet
Zalesskiy, S. S.
Hanczyc, M. M., Parrilla, J. M.
Burger, N., Logan, A., Prime, T. A., Mottahedin, A., Caldwell, S. T.
Hydrogen partitioning as a function of time-on-stream for an un-promoted iron-based Fischer-Tropsch synthesis catalyst applied to CO hydrogenation
Pendrill, R., Mutter, S. T., Mensch, C., Barron, L. D.
Citrate-gel preparation and ammonia synthesis activity of compounds in the quaternary (Ni,M)2Mo3N (M = Cu or Fe) systems
Al Sobhi, S., Hargreaves, J. S.J.
Cao, Q., Kumru, B., Antonietti, M. and Schmidt, B. V.K.J.
Isotopic substitution experiments in the hydrogenation of mandelonitrile over a carbon supported Pd catalyst: a nuclear magnetic resonance study
Multimodal imaging techniques show differences in homing capacity between mesenchymal stromal cells and macrophages in mouse renal injury models
Taylor, A., Sharkey, J., Harwood, R., Scarfe, L., Barrow, M., Rosseinsky, M. J., Adams, D. J.
Decoupled electrolysis using a silicotungstic acid electron-coupled-proton buffer in a proton exchange membrane cell
Ultra-fast, Energy-efficient synthesis of Intermetallics; Microwave-Induced Metal Plasma (MIMP) Synthesis of Mg2Sn
Gelation enabled charge separation following visible light excitation using self-assembled perylene bisimides
Smith, C. L., Mears, L. L.E., Greeves, B. J., Draper, E. R.
Total syntheses of 11-acetoxy-4-deoxyasbestinin D, 4-deoxyasbestinin C, asbestinin-10, -20, -21 and -23