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Dr Paul Duckmanton

Innovative teaching wins a University award for Dr Paul Duckmanton

16 September 2014

Senior Teaching Fellow in Inorganic Chemistry, Dr Paul Duckmanton has been awarded a Vice-Chancellor’s Teaching Award for his work co-ordinating two modules and teaching on another eight. He has introduced several different teaching and assessment techniques including peer assessment and feedback, problem-based learning and the use of a number of electronic and online resources.


Social enterprise summer school gives Southampton students experience of a lifetime

12 September 2014

Students from across the University of Southampton have had the experience of a lifetime this summer when they got the opportunity to take part in the University’s first social enterprise summer camp in India.


Starstream Award

Ultrasonic device which enhances water’s ability to clean wins ‘Product of the Year’

5 September 2014

New ultrasonic cleaning technology developed by the University of Southampton, which enhances water’s ability to clean, has been named as ‘Product of the Year’.


International students on Biological Sciences and Chemistry programmes gain wider perspectives on UK science

3 September 2014

International students studying Biological Sciences and Chemistry can now enjoy a programme of scientific visits and social events to complement their degrees at Southampton.


Chemistry September Open days 2014!

20 August 2014

Visiting the University is a great opportunity to see the campuses and find out what it’s really like to live and study here.


Sunshine for graduating Chemistry students at the University of Southampton

14 August 2014

Family and friends toasted successful Chemistry students at summer graduation 2014. The sun shone as they celebrated in caps and gowns after the formal ceremonies in the Nuffield Theatre.


Synthetic molecule kills cancer cells with salt

12 August 2014

Researchers from the University of Southampton are part of an international team that has helped to create a molecule that can cause cancer cells to self-destruct by carrying sodium and chloride ions into the cells.


Undergraduates share the excitement of advanced lab experiments

11 August 2014

Third year Chemistry students are now being challenged to develop their laboratory skills to an advanced level through a new module stretching across two semesters.


Southampton researchers amongst the world’s ‘most influential scientific minds’

4 August 2014

A number of cutting-edge researchers from the University of Southampton have been named amongst the world’s most frequently cited, according to a new publication from Thomson Reuters.


Professor Phil Bartlett

Major international role for leading Southampton electrochemist

17 July 2014

Professor Phil Bartlett has been named as the next President of the International Society of Electrochemistry (ISE). He will take on the role in January 2017 after two years as President-elect, starting in 2015.