28 August 2015
Chemistry at Southampton has achieved an impressive position in the latest Academic Ranking of World Universities (ARWU) compiled by Shanghai Jiao Tong University.
25 August 2015
New research by scientists from the University of Southampton has found that water molecules react differently to electric fields, which could provide a new way to study spin isomers at the single-molecule level.
12 August 2015
Results of this year’s National Student Survey (NSS) published today (Wednesday 12th August) show good results in satisfaction levels for Chemistry degree programmes at the University of Southampton.
1 August 2015
Five new professors have been appointed in Chemistry at the University of Southampton. The promotions recognise the achievements of Andrew Hector, Bruno Linclau, David Read, Chris Skylaris and Ali Tavassoli in research and teaching at one of the UK’s leading departments.
29 July 2015
Professor Malcolm Levitt, Head of Magnetic Resonance at the University of Southampton, will be awarded a prestigious prize at the EUROMAR 2015 Congress in Prague in July.
27 July 2015
Scientists from the University of Southampton have developed a molecule that acts as an exercise mimic, which could potentially help treat type 2 diabetes and obesity.
25 June 2015
Chemists and Physicists from the University of Southampton are joining forces to present their research into the tiniest of technologies to visitors at the prestigious Summer Science Exhibition at the Royal Society in London.
22 June 2015
Chemists Dr Ilya Kuprov and Dr Marina Carravetta and biological scientist Dr Phil Williamson are leading for the University of Southampton on a £600,000 three year grant from the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC). The award will finance interdisciplinary work bringing together quantum simulations with novel nitrogen-14 NMR nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) methods to study biomolecules.
3 June 2015
University of Southampton researcher Dr Syma Khalid is part of a multidisciplinary collaboration that has been awarded over £3m funding to help tackle the growing threat of antimicrobial resistance.
1 June 2015
Phil Bartlett, Professor of Electrochemistry, has been awarded the Giulio Milazzo Prize by the Bioelectrochemical Society, recognising his contribution to science. He will receive the prize and deliver a lecture at the Society’s bienniel Symposium in Malmö.