Posts Tagged ‘Chemistry’

Bath chemist wins prestigious award for life-saving idea

University of Bath chemist Dr Asel Sartbaeva has won a prestigious award for her outstanding contribution to science at the WISE Awards for women in science, technology and engineering.

Asel Sartbaeva wins IChemE award

Dr Asel Sartbaeva from the Department of Chemistry has won the Biotechnology Award at the Institution of Chemical Engineers (IChemE) Global Awards 2017 for her work on a new way to keep vaccines safe without refrigeration.

Dr Asel Sartbaeva wins IChemE award

Dr Asel Sartbaeva from the Department of Chemistry has won the Biotechnology Award at the Institution of Chemical Engineers (IChemE) Global Awards 2017 for her work on a new way to keep vaccines safe without refrigeration.

Step towards better ‘beyond lithium’ batteries

A step towards new “beyond lithium” rechargeable batteries with superior performance has been made by researchers at the University of Bath.

Prof Saiful Islam gives Christmas Lectures in Singapore

Professor Saiful Islam recently visited Singapore to deliver the Royal Institution Christmas Lectures as part of the Singapore Science Festival 2017.

£1M to develop catalysts of the future

Dr Ruth Webster's research has potential applications in pharmaceuticals, agriculture, food additives & plastics

Chemist awarded £1M to develop catalysts of the future

A University of Bath chemist has received £1M to develop cheaper and more environmentally friendly catalysts with potential applications in pharmaceuticals, agriculture, food additives and plastics.

Prof Saiful Islam wins Chemistry Award 2017

Professor Saiful Islam is the Royal Society of Chemistry Peter Day Award winner for 2017

Prof Saiful Islam wins Royal Society of Chemistry award

Professor Saiful Islam, from the Department of Chemistry, is the Royal Society of Chemistry Peter Day Award winner for 2017.

Tiny ‘cages’ to keep vaccines safe

Researchers' discovery could make getting vital medicines to remote or dangerous places easier & cheaper

Tiny ‘cages’ to keep vaccine supplies safe

Vaccines and antibodies could be transported and stored without refrigeration by capturing them in tiny silica ‘cages’, a discovery which could make getting vital medicines to remote or dangerous places much easier, cheaper and safer.

Insights into recharging batteries

Why adding charged metal atoms to tunnel structures within batteries improves their performance

Faster recharging batteries possible after new insights

Faster recharging lithium batteries could be developed after scientists figured out why adding charged metal atoms to tunnel structures within batteries improves their performance.

Saiful Islam's Christmas lecture journey

Topping off a significant year for our researchers, watch Saiful Islam present the Ri Christmas Lectures

Clinical trial of smart bandages

We are starting a clinical trial of an infection detecting bandage using samples from burns patients

Clinical trial of infection detecting bandages begins

A clinical trial of a smart bandage which changes colour when it detects infections is beginning using samples from burns patients from four UK hospitals.

Prestigious fellowships for Uni scientists

Matt Roberts & Alex Cresswell have been awarded Research Fellowships by The Royal Society

University scientists receive prestigious fellowships

Two scientists from the University of Bath have been awarded prestigious University Research Fellowships by The Royal Society.

Spying on chemistry in real-time

CSCT will be home to a world-leading £1.3m facility of state-of-the-art analytical equipment

Spying on chemistry in real-time

Scientists from our Centre for Sustainable Chemical Technologies will soon be able to watch chemical reactions happen in real-time, with a new chemical analysis facility that will be the first of its kind in the world.