The University of Southampton
Chemistry

Southampton is one of the best places in the UK for chemistry teaching and research.

We aim to change the world for the better through the excellence of our research, the strength of our teaching and our entrepreneurial outlook.

  • 28 July 2016

    Professor Gill Reid will be the next Head ...

    Gill Reid, Professor of Inorganic Chemistry has been appointed Head...

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  • 26 July 2016

    Southampton students take their research o...

    University of Southampton researchers joined scientists from all ov...

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  • 20 July 2016

    Major research grant to investigate exciti...

    Southampton electrochemist Professor Phil Bartlett is leading a maj...

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    “The combination of the range of content, from both core and optional material, paired with the time you get in a lab environment as an undergraduate really gives you a well-rounded knowledge of the subject.”

    Amy Johnston - MChem Chemistry with six-month placement
    Athena SWAN silver

    Athena SWAN Silver Award

    Chemistry at Southampton is fully committed to the Athena SWAN Charter that recognises a commitment to addressing gender inequalities. Our involvement in the Athena SWAN project is to improve career progression for female academics in science, engineering and technology disciplines in higher education and research in Southampton Chemistry.

    NSS 2015

    Chemistry excellent results NSS 2015

    A number of our degree programmes achieved 100% in selected areas. This is a reflection of the hard work and commitment from our teaching staff and we are pleased that the undergraduate student community value the excellent teaching experience and facilities we offer them here at Southampton.

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