Research and impact
A place to read the latest research to come out of the Department of Chemistry and its potential global, economic, environmental and business impact.
Chemistry in the real world 25th May 2021
Learn more from Melvin Calvin, in our latest Heritage post.
Meet the Department 23rd April 2021
Zaid is a PhD student, currently studying in the Organic Materials Innovation Centre. In his latest blog, Zaid tells us more about his research and his experiences as a PhD researcher.
Meet the Department 22nd March 2021
Three Manchester academics have been named among the Laureates and Finalists of the prestigious 2021 Blavatnik Awards for Young Scientists.
Chemistry in the real world 6th November 2020
In our latest heritage of blog post we are looking at a graduate from 1954, William Lunn. Lunn sadly passed away in 2017 but has remembered his time at Manchester through the introduction of a scholarship to support undergraduate chemists.
Research and impact 6th October 2020
Harry shares with us some information about his research placement, which has inspired him to study a PhD in Chemistry.
Meet the Department 31st August 2020
“Meet the Chemistry Academics 2020”, took place on the 22nd and 23rd of July, 2020 in collaboration with Chemistry PASS. The two-day event was hosted on a virtual platform where eight scholars from across the Department of Chemistry at the University of Manchester shared their research and gave us an insight on what’s happening on the forefront of their respective fields.
Chemistry in the real world 24th July 2020
Learn more from John Polyani, in our latest Heritage post
Meet the Department 29th June 2020
The Department of Chemistry is delighted that ten of our leading academics have been honoured with major awards from Royal Society of Chemistry
Chemistry in the real world 20th May 2020
Learn about the heritage of The Department of Chemistry, starting with a look into the life of our most recent Nobel Prize Winner Michael Smith
Chemistry in the real world 3rd April 2020
Robinson was from a working class background and she led a seemingly ordinary life. It was this that made her so fascinating.