Fully funded chemistry PhD at the University of Brighton from October 2019

A project on colorimetric sensors for toxic organophosphorus compound will be available from October 2019. The studentship comprises a stipend (initially £15,009), consumables (£4,000 pa) and fees (at UK/EU rates). Details are at:

https://www.brighton.ac.uk/research-and-enterprise/postgraduate-research-degrees/funding-opportunities-and-studentships/2019-uob-organophosphate-sensors.aspx

Informal enquiries should be directed to Dr Peter Cragg (P.J.Cragg@brighton.ac.uk, +44 1273 642037).

Day conference for A level students

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School Transition & Experience Programme – Unlocking Potential

As part of the STEP UP initiative we are holding a day conference for A level students on the 3rd April. Participants will:

  • get hands on experience of some of our larger analytical instruments,
  • refresh their study skills,
  • learn about applying to universities through UCAS,
  • hear from current students about what it is like to study chemistry and ask them questions,
  • experience a taster lecture on nerve agents

 

The day should be useful and fun with practical activities investigating contamination in the (fictional) Huxley vineyard’s latest batch of wine. Sussex-based schools in the University of Brighton Compact scheme should receive notification about the event. You can find out more and book here or visit our Step Up information page.