Congratulations to James, Amelia and Joanne

Congratulations to James Kendall, Amelia Mitchell and Joanne Pham who have submitted their Part III (final year) research projects. James, Amelia and Joanne were the first Part III students to undertake their projects in the Photoactive Materials Chemistry lab in Cambridge and they all did an excellent job! James and Amelia are pictured below.  

Elaine Kelly wins 2nd prize in RSC Twitter conference

Congratulations to Elaine Kelly who was runner-up in the PhysChem category of the 2018 RSC Twitter conference. For the past three years, the Royal Society of Chemistry has hosted a Twitter poster conference, inviting participants to submit posters on Twitter based on their research in the chemical sciences. This year, people from all across the globe … Continue reading Elaine Kelly wins 2nd prize in RSC Twitter conference

Rachel is awarded the 2017 MacroGroup UK Young Researcher’s Medal

Dr Rachel Evans has been awarded the 2017 Young Researcher's Medal by the RSC/SCI Macro Group UK for her research structure-property relationships in photoactive soft materials for energy harvesting. Rachel will be presented with the medal later on the the year at the Macro Group annual meeting. Thank you to all group members for their … Continue reading Rachel is awarded the 2017 MacroGroup UK Young Researcher’s Medal

Dillwyn prize for outstanding ECR researcher in STEMM

Dr Rachel Evans has been awarded the Dillwyn medal by the Learned Society of Wales, which recognises outstanding early career research in science, technology, engineering, mathematics and medicine (STEMM). The medal was awarded by the President of the LSW, Sir Emyr Jones Parry, at a ceremony in at the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama in Cardiff. … Continue reading Dillwyn prize for outstanding ECR researcher in STEMM

EPSRC Studentship in Materials Chemistry

Hierarchically Structured Membranes for Environmental Remediation and Catalysis Full or fees-only awards available to students who pay ‘home rate’ fees Starting date: October 2017 Please contact Rachel for more information or click here for the job posting. Porous membranes perform essential functions in a variety of environmental and energy related applications, including mass and gas … Continue reading EPSRC Studentship in Materials Chemistry