Posts Tagged ‘Chemistry’

£6.8m to develop next-gen batteries

Professor Saiful Islam is part of a consortium awarded the grant to develop next-generation lithium batteries

Designing bespoke nanomaterials for energy applications

Nanomaterials have the potential to play a central role in solving many of today’s biggest sustainability issues.

Three Minute Thesis winner announced

Discover who is to represent the University in the national three minute research presentation competition

Green energy talk presented through 3D glasses

On 11 December 2014, Professor Saiful Islam from the Department of Chemistry delivered a 3D talk to 900 sixth-form students, at the Institute of Education in London.

PhD graduate David Liptrot listed in Forbes' 30 Under 30

PhD graduate David Liptrot has been listed as one of Forbes’ 30 under 30 scientists for 2015. The list recognises some of the top young scientists from around the world.

Shedding light on why blue LEDs are so tricky to make

New research has uncovered the mystery of why blue light-emitting diodes (LEDs) are so difficult to make.

Royal Society Research Fellowships

Congratulations to Drs Tim Rogers, Ventsislav Valev & Benjamin Morgan who have been honoured

University scientists honoured with new Royal Society Research Fellowships

Three scientists from the University have been appointed new University Research Fellows as part of the prestigious Royal Society scheme.

Chemistry hosts visit from Vice-Chancellor

Professor Dame Glynis Breakwell met with staff and students who presented the work of the Department

Brazilian links widen with latest visit

Our links with Brazilian higher education institutions are going from strength to strength after Bath played host to Professor Luis Cortez from the State University of Campinas on Monday September 30.

Better detection for Alzheimer’s and cancers

A new chemical discovery will lead to better monitoring and treatment for cancers and degenerative diseases, according to latest research by our scientists.

Discovery will help green technologies harness solar power

A new paper published in the journal Nature Materials by scientists in our Department of Chemistry explores how the photocatalyst titanium dioxide can be made more light sensitive to improve the efficiency of future solar devices.

Global R&D consultancy launches STEM bursary scheme

Science and engineering students have until 16 September to apply for paid bursaries totalling £25,000 with a leading global research and development consultancy.

Double Success for Chemistry Academics

The Department of Chemistry is celebrating after two of its academics were awarded prestigious Royal Society of Chemistry awards.

Carbon dioxide paper 'most accessed'

A paper from the Departments of Chemical Engineering and Chemistry has generated an extremely high level of interest since its publication in Catalysis Science and Technology.

Royal Society Award for Professor Saiful Islam

Professor Saiful Islam, from the Department of Chemistry, this week received a Royal Society Award for his research into new materials for the next generation of green energy devices.

New calibration free system for monitoring blood sugar levels

Our chemists have developed a new system to monitor levels of blood glucose, which could in the future help save the lives of patients in intensive care.

Williams and Williams in opening set

Not Venus and Serena in tennis, but Ian and Jon in chemistry!

Chemistry student top of the class with national award

A chemistry student has received a prestigious national award having excelled in the subject.

Prestigious Royal Society of Chemistry lecture on green energy using 3D glasses

Professor Saiful Islam will deliver a prestigious Royal Society of Chemistry lecture to school students and the public on Wednesday 23 November in London.