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Cambridge-AstraZeneca PhD Programme in Chemical Synthesis

Courtesy University of Cambridge

Applications are invited for a four-year PhD programme based in the Department of Chemistry in connection with the new AstraZeneca Global Research and Development Centre at Cambridge.

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Steve Ley receives 2018 Arthur C. Cope Award

Courtesy Department of Chemistry Photography

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Clare Grey receives clutch of awards

Courtesy Department of Chemistry Photography

Professor Clare Grey has received several awards in recognition of her research achievements. 

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Cambridge Cheminformatics Meeting

Image courtesy CCDC

The next Cheminformatics meeting will take place on Wednesday 6 September at the Cambridge Crystallographic Data Centre (CCDC) on Union Road.

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€1.5 million ERC starting grant supports new research

Dr Phipps with 3d yr Phd student Holly Davis courtesy Department of Chemistry Photography

Dr Robert Phipps has received a €1.5 million European Research Council (ERC) starting grant.

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Tenth round of Returning Carers Scheme now open

Department of Chemistry courtesy Nathan Pitt

The Returning Carers Scheme assists returning carers to build up their research profiles or other academic activity following a break in their career or a period of leave for caring responsibilities.

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Howzat for Chemistry Cricket Team

Photo courtesy Matthew Dunstan

The Chemistry Cricket team have finished their 8-match season with only one victory, but many happy memories of playing in such a quintessential English summer sport.

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Chemistry postdoc makes 'micro-labs' for algae

Courtesy University of Cambridge; Nick Saffel

Department of Chemistry postdoctoral researcher Dr Ziyi Yu has been featured in the University of Cambridge's "This Cambridge Life" series.  

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Open Cambridge to showcase North West Cambridge development

Courtesy University of Cambridge

A showcase of Eddington, the University of Cambridge’s new district in North West Cambridge, will take place as part of Open Cambridge on Saturday 9 September.

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New fabrication route for plasmonic metasurfaces is simple and scalable

Image courtesy Vignolini group

A team of researchers including Dr Silvia Vignolini from the Department of Chemistry and scientists from the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, have demonstrated a ‘truly scalable’ fabrication route for producing plasmonic metasurfaces.

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