Technology to make vaccines stable in all temperatures by encasing them in silica – simple sand – is being developed by chemists at the University of Bath.
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PhD student and Bath graduate Anna Kinsella, realised staying on for a PhD would open the door for her choice of a career in Chemistry patents.
Chemistry student Max Robson maximised every opportunity during his year on placement at the Future Industries Institute in South Australia.
MChem student Ella Shilliday had the time of her life and found her passion for real world chemistry on her study year abroad.
Bath graduate Dominic Macias stayed on campus for research in his third year rather than go on placement and was inspired to stay on for his PhD.
Chemistry student Elizabeth Robinson found her London-based placement triggered an interest in the rapidly growing area of FinTech: financial technology.
Bath graduate Domenyk Turski was inspired to stay in academia after his third year undergraduate project showed the excitement of ground breaking research.
Our research spans from fundamental chemistry to applications in catalysis, materials, healthcare and sustainable chemical technologies.
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In the new podcast series, Roland meets Prof Alison Walker (Physics) and Prof Petra Cameron (Chemistry) to discuss our research that's powering the future.
The CDT has almost three times the national rate for engineering and physical sciences PhD graduates working in industry or the private sector.
Compact genetic testing device created for Covid-19 could be used to detect a range of pathogens, or conditions including cancer.
Scientists at Bath have developed a new desalination method that pumps water through a membrane without using any external pressure.
LabCycle, co-founded by a University of Bath graduate, recycles plastic lab waste into new test tubes and petri dishes.
An existing project to improve the cost, performance, and range of electric vehicle batteries has received an additional £440,000 from the Faraday Institution.