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Visit to Christian Doppler Laboratory

Picture credit to OMV Group (photographer Kurt Prinz)

A group of representatives from Politics, Industry and Press visited the Christian Doppler Laboratory on 20 March 2014.

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Chemistry Open Day 2014

As part of the University of Cambridge Science Festival in March, the Department of Chemistry opens its laboratories to the public

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Alex Hopkins lecture: strange materials

In this year's Alex Hopkins Lecture, Prof. Mark Miodownik will review changes that are coming to the material world.

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Sally Boss wins Pilkington Teaching Prize

Sally Boss has won one of this year’s Pilkington Teaching Prizes, which recognise outstanding contributions to teaching within the university.

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2014 Who's Who

Peter Wothers and Chris Abell have been included in the latest edition of Who's Who, which lists living notable Britons.

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Jonathan Nitschke wins 2013 Bob Hay Lectureship

Jonathan Nitschke has won the 2013 Bob Hay lectureship, awarded by the Royal Society of Chemistry’s Macrocycles and Supramolecular Chemistry group.

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Quadruplex structures found in RNA

Shankar Balasubramanian’s group has found evidence for the presence of G-quadruplex structures in RNA within the cytoplasm of human cells. The work has been published in Nature Chemistry.

 

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Jason Chin gives Solvay Lecture

Jason Chin gave one of the annual Solvay Public Lectures in Brussels on 20 October.

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Jason Chin inducted into European Inventor Hall of Fame

Jason Chin has been inducted into the European Inventor Hall of Fame at a ceremony in Munich celebrating 40 years of the European Patent Convention.

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2013 Nobel Prize in Chemistry

The Nobel Prize in Chemistry 2013 has been awarded to Martin Karplus, Michael Levitt and Arieh Warshel "for the development of multiscale models for complex chemical systems"

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