Research Fellow at University of Aberdeen

We are seeking to recruit a suitably qualified chemical engineer or chemist with a strong background in plasma catalysis to join a vibrant research team under the supervision of Dr Panagiotis Kechagiopoulos at the School of Engineering. This post is supported by a UK Catalysis Hub Research grant which aims…

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Research Fellow in Catalysis at University of South Wales (USW)

Chemistry Research here at University of South Wales (USW) have an exciting opportunity for a UK Catalysis Hub position in the research groups of Dr. Gareth Owen (USW) and Dr. Alex Hamilton (Sheffield Hallam University) for a period of 12 months. This work is also supported by our industrial collaborators, Tata Steel. The focus of this project will be…

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Stable and economic catalysts for green hydrogen

photo of Dr Yagya Regmi

Dr Yagya Regmi from Manchester Metropolitan University explains how his group is exploring platinum coated titanium dioxide as supports for iridium catalysts to help reduce the amount of iridium in water electrolysers and lower cost of hydrogen from electrolysis. Reducing the amount of iridium in water electrolysers without compromising performance…

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Positions with BP Hull

There are a number of jobs advertised at BP Hull, many around catalysis, process chemistry and/or analytical chemistry at a wide range of career levels.  BP are building new teams in Hull for global analytical as well as low carbon refining areas. If you have any questions contact Dr. James…

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Research Fellow at Queen’s University Belfast

The School of Chemistry & Chemical Engineering (CCE) at Queen’s University Belfast, is currently seeking to appoint a highly motivated and enthusiastic postdoc initially for a period of 1 year, further extendable subject to successful stage gating. The researcher will perform catalytic production of Sustainable Aviation Fuels and biofuel additives to…

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Prof Charlotte Williams Group

At the University of Oxford, Professor Williams and her team investigate how to make sustainable plastics. To do this, they take molecules derived from waste products, such as carbon dioxide and citrus peel, and transform them into long chains, known as polymers. These polymers can be used as the key…

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