School of Chemistry

The University of Birmingham is home to one of the most dynamic and best-equipped Chemistry departments in the UK.  Our state-of-the-art teaching laboratories are run by an innovative and award-winning teaching team.

In 2023, the School of Chemistry will move into the new  Molecular Sciences building. This is currently the largest building project on campus and will house world-leading research laboratories alongside purpose-built working spaces for undergraduate and postgraduate students.

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18 December 2020

A term of talks with the Women in Finance Society

It's been an exceptionally busy term and like everyone the Society has had to adapt to the changing environment of COVID-19. They've have moved everything online, had more speakers and collaborated more than ever before!

17 December 2020

A strong term with Women in Tech

It has been a challenging year for all of us. However, for the Women in Tech Society it has meant a new beginning as they only formed in April, and it's been quite a journey. Valeria Popescu tells us how they've grown.

16 December 2020

BES vs COVID: Taking Energy Online!

Although this past year has been very difficult, Birmingham Energy Society continue to grow their impact: they've just launched a campaign to reduce energy consumption in student accommodation! BES will not be stopped!

16 December 2020

oSTEM: We're not slowing down!

This semester has been quite different for oSTEM, as I'm sure it has been for many, but that hasn't slowed them down! Their Chair Claire tells us more.

14 December 2020

Lockdown, but full steam ahead for WISE

Running a student led society in a tier 3 lockdown would always be a challenge. However, WISE have powered through to have one of their busiest semesters to date! Ellie Wigg tells us more.

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