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Congratulations to Birmingham PhD student, William Brittain,

Congratulations to Birmingham PhD student, William Brittain,
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who was awarded an RSC poster prize at the recent CASE 2014 symposium in China.

Congratulations to Jack Davis

Congratulations to Jack Davis
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who was recently awarded a poster prize at the National Training School in Theoretical Chemistry held in Oxford.

Congratulations to Elli Chatzopoulou

Congratulations to Elli Chatzopoulou
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who was awarded the 'Top Poster Award' at the 5th EuCheMS biannual European Chemistry Congress in Istanbul.

Dr Robert Neely joins the School of Chemistry

Dr Robert Neely joins the School of Chemistry
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Robert moves from the Department of Chemistry at the KU Leuven, where he worked in Hofkens' group on the development and application of single-molecule and super-resolution fluorescence microscopy.

Congratulations to Elli Chatzopoulou and Matthew Barrett

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who were awarded two of the three poster prizes at the recent Royal Society of Chemistry organic division regional meeting held in Nottingham.

Matthew Berwick wins the Joe Spencer Prize

Matthew Berwick wins the Joe Spencer Prize
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for best oral presentation at the 2014 RSC Chemical Biology and Bio-organic Postgraduate Symposium

Congratulations to Birmingham undergraduate Emily Doyle

Congratulations to Birmingham undergraduate Emily Doyle
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for securing a place at the Universitas 21 Undergraduate Research Conference in China.

Nuffield Science Project Student

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gets to the final of the National Science and Engineering Competition.

Congratulations to Elli Chatzopoulou

Congratulations to Elli Chatzopoulou
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who was selected to present a poster at the RSC Organic Division Poster Symposium in Burlington House, London.

Functional materials derived from the schafazikite mineral framework

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Prof.Colin Greaves has recently been awarded an EPSRC grant to investigate new energy storage materials.

New materials for making nuclear waste safe

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Dr Joe Hriljac and Dr Mark Read have been awarded an EPSRC grant to investigate the development of new materials to safely remove radioactive cations from the environment.

Funding success: Chemistry at the Interface with Medicine

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We are pleased to announce our new £7M Doctoral Training Programme "Physical Sciences for Health" sponsored by EPSRC, and involving 18 industrial and 5 public sector partners.

New jelly-like substance could replace platinum in fuel cells

New jelly-like substance could replace platinum in fuel cells
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Recent work led by Dr Zoe Schnepp has shown that materials as simple as gelatin can be used to make high performance catalysts.
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