The Facility was established in 2016 with an EPSRC strategic equipment grant, to monitor homogeneous chemical reactions in real-time.
Dynamic reaction monitoring facility
The Dynamic Reaction Monitoring (DReaM) Facility combines several analytical techniques to monitor homogeneous chemical reactions in real-time.
If you are a University of Bath researcher, read on to learn how to book the DReaM Facility
A call for proposals will be open twice a year for external users to apply for pay-for-use time at the DReaM Facility.
Once your application has been approved, this guide outlines how to prepare prior to arrival, so that you can make the most of your paid time.
For users working to a tight timeframe or on industrially-sensitive projects, the DReaM facility can allocate priority access for an additional charge.
Matthew is a professor of inorganic chemistry and focuses on sustainable chemistry research.
Dr Ulrich Hintermair is a Royal Society Research Fellow. Find out more about Dr Ulrich Hintermair's research at the Hintermair Research Group website here.
Anneke is a mass spectrometrist, with 20+ years' experience in this field. She also leads all aspects of strategy, development and operation of MC².
John is an NMR Spectroscopist with primary responsibility for managing the NMR facilities based in the Department of Chemistry.
Catherine oversees the DReaM Facility and also jointly manages the University’s NMR spectrometers.
We are a group of University of Bath staff and external members, from academia and industry.