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Dynamic Reaction Monitoring Facility

The Dynamic Reaction Monitoring (DReaM) Facility combines several analytical techniques to monitor liquid-phase chemical reactions in real-time.

Our plans have been impacted by COVID-19. Find out how things have changed.

Equipment and Research

Discover the equipment housed by the DReaM Facility and some of the research undertaken by our users.


About the DReaM Facility

A student using the DReaM facility

The Facility was established in 2016 with an EPSRC strategic equipment grant, to monitor homogeneous chemical reactions in real-time.

DReaM Facility equipment

DReaM Facility Equipment

Learn more about the equipment and instruments that are part of the Dynamic Reaction Monitoring Facility.


People at DReaM

Find out more about the team behind DReaM


Dr Ulrich Hintermair

Uli is an inorganic chemist and chemical engineer working on homogeneous catalysis. He is currently a RS URF and acts as the Scientific Director of DReaM.

Prof. Matthew Davidson

Matthew is Professor of Sustainable Chemical Technologies and Director of the CSCT. He leads the internal management and chairs the advisory board of DReaM.

Head of MC²

Anneke is a mass spectrometrist, with 20+ years' experience in this field. She also leads all aspects of strategy, development and operation of MC².


Information for Users

The next call for external proposals will open in July, for facility time to be scheduled between November 2021 and April 2022. The application process, guidance documentation and pricing can be found below.




Recent News

Read about recent activity and events from the DReaM Facility


Our Industrial Partners

Please visit the links below to find out more about our industrial partners.


About us

The instrumentation at the DReaM Facility was funded by a significant EPSRC strategic equipment grant in 2016.


9 West, 0.03 University of Bath Claverton Down Bath BA2 7AY United Kingdom

Contact us

If you need further information or want to find out if the DReaM Facility is appropriate for your reactions, please feel free to get in touch.