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Past Webinar: PhD Students Webinar on catalysis

When: 26 April 2021, 15:00 GMT A joint webinar from 3 PhD students on catalysis. Alex Hawkins (Glasgow), Gareth Davies (Sheffield) and Gregory Sulley (Oxford) will talk about their PhD projects. Gareth Davies (Sheffield) – Operando studies of aerosol-assisted sol-gel (AASG) catalyst synthesis via combined optical trapping and Raman spectroscopy Aerosol-assisted heterogeneous catalystā€¦

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Past webinar: Joint Seminar with Prof. Fernanda Duarte – Chemical reactivity in solution and under confinement & Dr Ai-Lan Lee – Catalysis: Gold, Silver, Light

When: 22 February 2021, 15:00 GMT Prof. Fernanda Duarte (Oxford) & Dr Ai-Lan Lee (Heriot-Watt) gave a joint seminar. Prof. Fernanda Duarte (Oxford)Chemical reactivity in solution and under confinement ā€“ Applications and computational developments Recent advances in both experimental and computational techniques pose an exciting yet challenging time for chemistry. Current computationalā€¦

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Past Webinar: Sono-Electrocatalysis: The Use of Sound for the Development of Water Electrolyser and Fuel Cell Electrocatalysts and Electrodes

When: 8 February 2021, 15:00Watch Now Sono-Electrocatalysis Webinar with Prof. Bruno G. Pollet (NTNU). This presentation highlights some of the research works undertaken over the years by the Pollet’s groups in Birmingham, Cape Town and Trondheim in the application of power ultrasound for the fabrication of electrolyser and fuel cell catalysts,ā€¦

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Past Webinar: An Introduction to Patents: What, when and how?

When: 23 November 2020, 3 ā€“ 4pmWhere: Virtual Abel + Imray will be hosting an ā€œIntroduction to Patentsā€ webinar aimed at explaining what a patent is, why patents are relevant to you, as a chemist, and how you go about patenting an invention.  Obtaining adequate protection for your ideas fromā€¦

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