A good degree (usually 1st or 2:1) in chemistry or a closely related discipline.
Months of entry
January, October, July, April
A good degree (usually 1st or 2:1) in chemistry or a closely related discipline. The department consists of around 45 staff members plus approximately 50 research students plus postdoctoral researchers and fellows. Our strengths are in analytical science, including the study and detection of biomarkers; in energy research such as solar energy harvesting, hydrogen generation, functional energy materials/coatings, photochemistry and batteries and supercapacitors; and in catalytic, synthetic and flow methods to prepare new molecules for health and materials applications.
You will be encouraged to participate in conferences and provide opportunities to present their research work.
Our facilities include research laboratories containing a full range of analytical and spectroscopic instrumentation to allow high-level research to be conducted. Instruments include three high field NMR spectrometers, a world-class mass spectrometry suite, single crystal and powder X-ray diffraction, laser spectroscopy and a dedicated bio-lab.
Access to these facilities allow you to gain experience of the latest techniques in research.
Research is carried out in all areas of chemistry, and we have three main themes in the department;
- Markers and Detection
- Catalysis and Functional Molecules
Research groups Research is carried out in all areas of chemistry, and we have three main themes in the department. Energy Markers and Detection Catalysis and Functional Molecules
Qualification and course duration
Course contact details
- Postgraduate Research Office
- +44 (0)1509 228292