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.

ALL WELCOME

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

175 minutes for chemistry

Professor Howard Colquhoun at the University of Reading recounts his experiences promoting his cutting edge research to an eager public at the Royal Society Summer Science Exhibition.

 

On Monday 14th November, the Chemistry Research Colloquium is by Dr Laurence Hardwick, University of Liverpool.

His talk, “SHINing Light on Electrode Interfaces”, will be at 3.45pm in Chemistry LTG preceded by refreshments in the foyer at 3.30pm.

ALL WELCOME

On Monday 7th November, the Chemistry Research Colloquium is by Dr Jonathan Burton, University of Oxford.

His talk, “Adventures in Natural Product Synthesis – Methodology, Synthesis, Structure Determination” will be at 3.45pm in
Chemistry LTG preceded by refreshments in the foyer at 3.30pm.

ALL WELCOME

On Monday 24th October, the Chemistry Research Colloquium is by Dr Tharin Blumenschein, University of East Anglia.

Her talk, “An intrinsically disordered protein from Chlamydia viewed by NMR: dynamics and interactions” will be at 3.45pm in Chemistry LTG preceded by refreshments in the foyer at 3.30pm.

ALL WELCOME

On Monday 17th October, the Chemistry Department are holding a RSC Prize Winners Research Colloquium

This will take place from 2.30-5pm in Chemistry Lecture Theatre LTG and will include talks from:

Prof. Ian Hamley (University of Reading) Peter Day Award 2016 Winner

Self-Assembly of Bioactive Peptide-Based Materials”

Dr Aaron Lau (Strathclyde University) “Peptoid self-assembly”

Rita and John Cornforth Award 2016 Winners

Prof. John Kelly (Trinity College Dublin) “Why study ruthenium polypyridyl complexes and DNA?”

Prof. Christine Cardin (University of Reading) “Bonding with DNA”

Dr Susan Quinn (University College Dublin) “Watching photo-induced electron transfer in DNA crystals”

On Monday 6th June, the Chemistry Research Colloquium is by Professor Martin King, Royal Holloway.

His talk, “What colour are atmospheric particles and how long do they live for?” will be at 3.45pm in Chemistry LTG preceded by refreshments in the foyer at 3.30pm.

ALL WELCOME

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