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  • Megan Shaw wins seminar prize 17 September 2014 Megan Shaw has been awarded the best seminar prize at the Royal Society of Chemistry 29th Annual Postgraduate Meeting of the Heterocyclic & Synthesis Group. The meeting was held on 16th September at Vertex Pharmaceuticals, Abingdon.
  • School of Chemistry researchers publish in Nature 12 September 2014 Researchers in the School of Chemistry have published two papers in Nature in one week.
  • Chemistry Explored second edition now available 12 September 2014 The second edition of Chemistry Explored, the School of Chemistry's magazine is now available.
  • Ikenna Ndukwe wins poster prize at SMASH 2014 11 September 2014 Ikenna Ndukwe, a PhD student in the School of Chemistry, under the supervision of Dr Craig Butts, has been awarded the runner-up prize for his poster entitled "Sensitivity and Resolution Enhancement in EXSIDE and band selective EXSIDE" at SMASH 2014.
  • Manners group publishes in Nature Chemistry 8 September 2014 Professor Ian Manners' research group have recently published a paper in Nature Chemistry, this is the group's fourth paper published in Nature and Science journals so far in 2014.
  • Coming up smelling of roses – WI workshops 8 September 2014 The team behind Picture It… Chemistry has teamed up with the National Federation of Women’s Institutes (NFWI) to bring chemistry to the WI membership through a number of workshops.
  • Hind Rattan Award 2015 4 September 2014 Professor Varinder Aggarwal FRS has been awarded the prestigious Hind Rattan Award 2015 which will be presented at a function in New Delhi in early 2015.
  • Young Boron Chemist Award 3 September 2014 Dr Amadeu Bonet, a Marie Curie Fellow from Professor Varinder Aggarwal's group, has won the prestigious Young Boron Chemist Award for young scientists (up to 35 years).
  • Prestigious Wolfson Research Merit Award for Professor Dek Woolfson 29 August 2014 Professor Dek Woolfson from the School of Chemistry and School of Biochemistry is one of 14 new Wolfson Research Merit Award holders announced by the Royal Society.
  • 2014 National Student Survey 14 August 2014 The results of the 2014 National Student Survey have revealed that 97% of students in the School of Chemistry expressed overall satisfaction with the Chemistry programme.
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