Natalie Rowley obtained her BSc (Hons) Degree (Class 1) in Chemistry in 1988. She studied the synthesis, characterisation and photochemistry of some peripherally-molybdenated tetraphenyl porphyrins in the Metal-Organic research group of Professor Jon McCleverty and Dr Chris Jones, and in other research groups world-wide, obtaining her PhD in 1991. Professor Ian Smith FRS was then her mentor for a year, whilst she studied the kinetic spectroscopy of multi-channel reactions using tunable infrared diode lasers.
N. Rowley and J. Wilkie (2012). Science Communication.Proceedings of HEA STEM Annual Conference, Imperial College.
T. Lucas and N.M. Rowley (2011). Enquiry-based learning: experiences of first year chemistry students learning spectroscopy. Chemistry Education Research and Practice, 12, 478-486.
E.M. Page, D. Read and N.M. Rowley (2011). Sowing the seeds of change: students taking the lead in chemical education research projects. New Directions in the Teaching of Physical Sciences, 7, 69-71.
N. Rowley and J. Wilkie (2011). Science Communication and the Media, Proceedings of Variety in Chemistry Education (T.L Overton, Ed). RSC, ISBN: 978-1-84973-431-8, p18
N Rowley, T Lucas, M McLinden, T Overton (2008). Preliminary Findings of Using Enquiry-Based Learning in First Year Undergraduate Chemistry. Birmingham Education, Theory and Action 1(2), 9-16.
T Lucas and N Rowley (2008). Preliminary Findings of Using Enquiry-Based Learning in Chemistry. Proceedings of Variety in Chemistry Education (T L Overton, Ed.) RSC. ISBN: 1-84755-835-6, p15.
T Lucas and N Rowley (2007). Our First Steps in Enquiry-Based Learning in Chemistry. Proceedings of Variety in Chemistry Education (T L Overton, Ed.) RSC. ISBN: 1-84755-751-1, p15.