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Athena SWAN Silver Award

Athena SWAN bronze awardThe Department is delighted to announce that it has been granted an Athena SWAN silver award. The award recognizes the Department's commitment to addressing gender inequalities, to tackling the unequal representation of women in science, and to improving career progression for female academics.. more.

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Pfizer Second Year Graduate Poster Symposium 2015Pfizer Second Year Graduate Poster Symposium 2015

Congratulations to Martine Abboud, Sam Calderwood, Thomas Coxon and John Jolliffe on winning prizes at the poster session. The poster session followed the Pfizer Symposium talks by Dr Andrew Lawrence (University of Edinburgh), Dr David Blakemore (Worldwide
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Movers and Shakers in BioBusiness 2015Movers and Shakers in BioBusiness 2015

Prof Dame Carol Robinson and Prof Kylie Vincent have been named in the 50 Movers and Shakers in BioBusiness 2015 report. Prof Vincent is tagged as a ‘Rising Star’. The 2015 report identifies 50 inspirational women in biobusiness in the UK who are
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Highlighted on the Cover of PCCPHighlighted on the Cover of PCCP

A perspective article written by the Brouard group and collaborators has appeared on the front cover of PCCP. The cover image was created by Karl Harrison. The perspective reviews progress made in the study of dynamical stereochemistry or 'stereodynamics',
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GlaxoSmithKline Prizes 2015GlaxoSmithKline Prizes 2015

GlaxoSmithKline Prizes 2015 The Department of Chemistry was very pleased to welcome Dr Pan Procopiou to present the GlaxoSmithKline Prizes to the award winners: The GlaxoSmithKline Awards in Organic Chemistry Part II David Ascough – 1st prize
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Scopus Young Researcher UK AwardScopus Young Researcher UK Award

Congratulations to Dr Michael Booth, 2015 winner of the Biochemistry, Genetics and Molecular Biology category in the Scopus Young Researcher UK Awards. A postdoctoral researcher in the Bayley Group and Junior Research Fellow at Merton College, Michael’s
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SBMProspective Synthetic Chemistry DPhil Students: Oxford Chemistry has 20 funded DPhil positions available via the new EPSRC CDT in Synthesis for Biology & Medicine (SBM CDT). Please visit the website for more details and how to apply. Why Choose SBM?

TMCSProspective doctoral students in Theoretical and Computational Chemistry: funded positions are available via the new EPSRC Centre for Doctoral Training in Theory and Modelling in Chemical Sciences (TMCS). Please see the TMCS website for further details, including how to apply.

Early and mid-Career Research Fellowships

The Department seeks to support fellowship applications from outstanding individuals who are at a career stage where a prestigious independent fellowship would offer the opportunity to develop their research identity and become a chemistry research leader of the future.

If you are interested in applying for any early career research fellowship to be hosted at Oxford Chemistry you must submit an expression of interest to the Department, the next deadline for submission is 23rd May 2018 further details can be found here. For more information please contact the research facilitator staff.

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Teaching: Oxford Chemistry offers world-class teaching, consistently rated among the best in the UK. Students study a four-year course, a unique feature of which is spending their final year working full-time on a project with some of the leading researchers in the UK. more...

Periodic – the Department of Chemistry magazine.   Issue 5

Outreach: Engaging schools and the wider community in chemistry and science is an important activity for academic staff and students in the Department. Oxford Chemistry regularly hosts visits and events within the Department and takes part in local and national activities to demonstrate chemistry’s central role in everyday life. more...

 

Research: Oxford is one of the leading chemistry research departments in the world with around 80 academic staff carrying out international-level research, and an annual research income of around £15 million. According to the outcome of the REF 2014 assessment published Dec 18th 2014, 49% of the research profile submitted by Oxford Chemistry was regarded as 4* world-leading quality. The Department has not only the highest volume of 4* research of any UK Chemistry department- by some margin - but was also judged to have the top research environment. The Impact of the department’s research outside academia is also highly rated with over 55% in the 4* category.

The Department is currently engaged in a number of innovative themes of work including: Catalysis; Sustainable Energy Chemistry; Advanced functional materials; Synthesis; Interfacial Science; Innovative Measurement and photon science; Chemistry at the interface with biology and medicine; Kinetics, dynamics and mechanism; Theory and modelling of complex systems more...

EU Funded Training Centres:

Facilities: The department contains several small research facilities (SRFs), which are dedicated suites of equipment run by experts who aid in experimental design and optimisation. These facilities are some of the best equipped in the country, supporting chemical research and providing analysis for students within the Chemistry department, other departments within the University and industry alike. more...

Commercialisation: The Department has an unrivalled track record in protecting and commercialising the innovative work of research staff. Over £80 million in cash has been raised for the University as a result of spin out activities from research carried out by Oxford chemists. more...


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