On Monday 20th February, the Chemistry Research Colloquium is by Dr Andrew Sutherland, Aston University.

His talk, “Polymer beads as ligands for quantum dots, metal cluster complexes and as vectors for intercellular functional protein delivery”, will be at 3.45pm in Chemistry LTG preceded by refreshments in the foyer at 3.30pm.

ALL WELCOME

On Monday 6th February, the Chemistry Research Colloquium is by Dr Keith Butler, University of Bath.

His talk, “Computational chemistry and the search for functional materials”, will be at 3.45pm in Chemistry LTG preceded by refreshments in the foyer at 3.30pm.

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On Monday 30th January, the Chemistry Research Colloquium is by Professor Graeme Hogarth, Kings College, London.

His talk, “Hydrogenase Biomimics”, will be at 3.45pm in Chemistry LTG preceded by refreshments in the foyer at 3.30pm.

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On Monday 23rd January, the Chemistry Research Colloquium is by Dr Alex Cowan, University of Liverpool .

His talk, “Photo and electrocatalytic reduction of CO2 in water using molecular catalysts”, will be at 3.45pm in Chemistry LTG preceded by refreshments in the foyer at 3.30pm.

ALL WELCOME

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On Monday 16th January, the Chemistry Research Colloquium is by Professor Melissa Denecke, University of Manchester.

Her talk, “Investigations of radioactive materials using X-ray spectroscopy”, will be at 3.45pm in Chemistry LTG preceded by refreshments in the foyer at 3.30pm.

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On Monday 9th January, the Chemistry Research Colloquium is by Dr Joseph Hriljac, University of Birmingham.

His talk, New Porous Inorganic Solids for Radionuclide Uptake and Safe Storage”, will be at 3.45pm in Chemistry LTG preceded by refreshments in the foyer at 3.30pm.

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On Monday 12th December, the Chemistry Research Colloquium is by Professor Ehud Gazit, Tel Aviv University, former Chief Scientist of the Ministry of Science and Technology in Israel 2012-2014.

His talk,“Self-assembly of Ultrashort Peptides and Metabolites: From Biology to Nanotechnology and Back”, will be at 3.45pm in Chemistry LTG preceded by refreshments in the foyer at 3.30pm.

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On Monday 5th December, the Chemistry Research Colloquium is by Professor Paula Booth, Kings College, London.

Her talk,“Biological self-assembly – membrane lipids and protein folding”, will be at 3.45pm in Chemistry LTG preceded by refreshments in the foyer at 3.30pm.

ALL WELCOME

On Monday 28th November, the Chemistry Research Colloquium is by Dr Alberto Roldan, Cardiff University.

His talk,“Computational Chemistry and Catalyst Design”, will be at 3.45pm in Chemistry LTG preceded by refreshments in the foyer at 3.30pm.

ALL WELCOME

On Monday 21st November, the Chemistry Research Colloquium is by Professor Stephen Hull, STFC Rutherford Appleton Lab.

His talk,“From Faraday to Fuel Cells. Fluorite-Structured Compounds Possessing High Ionic Conductivities”, will be at 3.45pm in Chemistry LTG preceded by refreshments in the foyer at 3.30pm.

ALL WELCOME

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