Times Higher Education covers Warwick’s spin-out company, MedheranLink opens in a new windowt, and Prof Dave Haddleton's aim to launch a testosterone patch for menopausal women.
With bonfire night on the horizon, scientists reveal just why fireworks are differently coloured and what this can teach us about stars in space. (Photo by Ray Hennessy on Unsplash).
Fernando Conde Nodal, undergraduate turned PhD student, talks through his time in the Department of Chemistry and how his education and experience inspired him to study further.
Prof. Scott Habershon receives a share of EPSRC funding for COSMOS - a major project to create a universal software framework for quantum dynamics simulations with UCL.
In the first week of October 2023 the Nobel Prize in Chemistry was awarded for the discovery and synthesis of quantum dots. Dr Sebastian Pike CommentsLink opens in a new window.
Dr Hannes Houck has been announced as one of the recipients of the Royal Society’s flagship early career research schemes, distinguishing him as an outstanding scientist with the potential to become a leader in the field of sustainability.