During this time we’re here for you. For Year 11, 12 and 13 students we’ve got an online course on A-level chemistry with updates ever week, pick and choose how much you do; check it out! canvas.swansea.ac.uk/courses/15374 We’ve got ambassadors to answer any questions you have about Swansea or just have a chat, Will and… Continue reading Summer 2020
The Department of Chemistry is delighted to be working alongside SEMI to bring the SEMI talent forum to Swansea University on the 6th March 2020 to the Bay Campus. For more information please view: https://www.semi.org/eu/connect/events/SEMI_Talent_Forum
We are delighted to be able to host the first of this years RSC award speakers: Prof. Yang Yang, UCLA, winner of the RSC's 'Sustainable Energy Award' 2019-20; will present a lecture on “Strategies toward High Efficiency Organic and Perovskite Solar cells.” Light refreshments available from 14.30. Lecture starts at 15:00. Location: Glyndwr B, Singleton… Continue reading RSC Award Speakers 2020
We enjoyed hosting 140 year 9 pupils for a Chemistry at work day with See Science today! Photos
We're had a great time hosting the 2019 Royal Society of Chemistry Top of the Bench Local event. Well done to Christ College who won this years final! Photos
Dear All, We are happy to announce the 1st seminar of the Chemistry Research Seminars Series 2019-2020: "Polymers of Intrinsic Microporosity (PIMs): organic materials for membrane separations, catalysis and electrochemistry” (see abstract attached). By: Dr Mariolino Carta firstname.lastname@example.org https://mariolino-carta.com/ The seminar will take place on Wednesday November 27th at 16:00 in the Glyndwr F room. This… Continue reading Polymers of Intrinsic Microporosity (PIMs): organic materials for membrane separations, catalysis and electrochemistry
Members of Swansea Chemistry enjoyed a great evening at the Swansea Engineering Zienkiewicz Lecture by Sir Martyn Poliakoff from Nottingham University, a great lecture and dinner!
We've had a great time attending Freshers events promoting Chemistry and welcoming our new members!
We had a great time hosting the Salters Festival Today! We had 20 teams from 15 schools having a go at "One of our elements is missing" and our university challenge involving Spectrophotometry of an unknown solution. Well done to all teams that took part. Photos
In Collaboration with the Royal Society of Chemistry, we have been excited to have been able to host Professor James Clark winner of the RSC Green Chemistry Award We live in a society with an increasing appetite for consumer goods but in a world that has limited resources. Our current linear economic model is based… Continue reading From Waste to Wealth using Green Chemistry