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PhD graduate Ben Woden explaining his research

Ben W┼Źden: predicting climate with cloud computing

Ben's PhD project, spanning chemistry and meteorology, investigated the atmospheric ageing of mixed organic surfactant monolayers at the air-water interface, which will help improve climate prediction.

Dr Geoff Brown: making an affordable antimalarial

Dr Geoff Brown is using nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) spectroscopy to reveal the chemical pathway needed to produce the world's most effective antimalarial drug in a more cost-effective way.

Professor Christine Cardin: the "light-switch" effect

Professor Christine Cardin and her colleagues work with molecules that have a similar property to glow-in-the-dark, except they glow when binding to DNA instead. 

Professor Laurence Harwood: cleaning up nuclear waste

Laurence Harwood, Professor of Organic Chemistry, applied the structure-activity relationship studies he was using in drug discovery to help develop molecules that could be used to clean up nuclear waste.
Athena SWAN Silver Award