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UK Catalysis Hub JMT catalysis medal 2022 Call Open!

It’s time to vote! The call for the JMT Medal 2022 nominations is open so nominate someone today. The JMT Medal is awarded to a person of outstanding achievement in catalysis or a closely related field every year. In addition, the winner of the medal will also be invited to deliver a lecture‚Ķ

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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‚Ķ

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Presenting the UK Catalysis Hub Research Data Policy

The Research Data Policy describes the responsibilities of the UK Catalysis Hub partners (researchers, staff, and students) for managing research data. The UK Catalysis Hub research data policy is intended to guide the generation, curation, preservation, and publishing of data produced during research activities. In this talk we will briefly…

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Professor¬†Andrew Beale¬†–¬†Royal Society of Chemistry 2022 Materials Chemistry Division mid-career Award: Peter Day Award winner!¬†

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Congratulations to Professor Andrew Beale who has won the Royal Society of Chemistry2022 Materials Chemistry Division mid-career Award: Peter Day Award! For the development of novel methodologies using bright light sources to identify active species in catalysis and energy storage. Professor Beale’s group studies chemical reactions and processes as they…

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New £10million EPSRC grant investigating light-driven energy-conversion

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UK Catalysis Hub researchers including; Prof. Richard Catlow, Prof. Graham Hutchings, Prof. Christopher Hardacre and Prof. Andrew Beale are collaborating with Prof. Anatoly Zayats from King’s College London to investigate steering of chemical processes with plasmonic nanostructures. This multidisciplinary research programme combines the expertise of King’s and Imperial College London and UK Catalysis‚Ķ

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