Tagged: Chemistry

New themes for the chemistry degrees 0

New themes for the chemistry degrees

At Brighton we’ve always been proud of the way our courses relate to real world applications. We’ve had a Pharmaceutical & Chemical Sciences course and our Chemistry degrees have the opportunity to learn biochemistry...

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Bright Spark Symposium 2019

The university is hosting this year’s Royal Society of Chemistry Bright Spark Symposium. Run by the RSC Analytical Science Network this free event is designed to provide a low-pressure, friendly platform for early career...

Salters’ Institute Festival of Chemistry 0

Salters’ Institute Festival of Chemistry

Today chemistry@brighton welcomes 21 schools from Sussex, Kent, Surrey and London for the Salters’ Institute Festival of Chemistry. Teams of year 7 and 8 children undertake two practical challenges one set by Salters and...

A level Chemistry Conference 0

A level Chemistry Conference

Today chemistry@brighton welcomes students in the middle of their A level studies from across Sussex for a day of practical work and advice about next steps. We’re really looking forward to welcoming them into...

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Novel compounds designed and made by Chemistry@brighton researchers in the news

  Many students on the Chemistry and Pharmaceutical and Chemical Sciences courses at Brighton will already be familiar with the exciting world of small molecule therapies designed to slow ageing –through Dr Ostler’s (in)famous...

Latest article publications from chemistry staff – October 0

Latest article publications from chemistry staff – October

Update of publications from our chemistry staff and research students New for 2017/18 a monthly round-up of publications from staff and students in the chemistry area here at Brighton. Suscribe to the blog and...

ACS Editor’s Choice for Brighton’s chemistry research 0

ACS Editor’s Choice for Brighton’s chemistry research

ACS Editor’s Choice for recently published Chemistry Research; Recent work by Dr Marcus Dymond (Division of Chemistry, PABS) and Prof. George Attard (University of Southampton) with collaborators at the MAX IV synchrotron/ University of...