2017-18 Chemistry Department Seminars

19 June 2018 Professor Ram Seshadri, University of California Finding better materials faster: The example of Magnetocalorics
9 May 2018

Stefan Howorka, University College, London

Teaching DNA a couple of new chemical tricks
2 May 2018 Neil McKeown, University of Edinburgh RSC Award Lecture
25 April 2018 Dave Leigh, University of Manchester Making the tiniest machines
18 April 2018

Edward Anderson, University of Oxford

11 April 2018 Syuzanna R. Harutyunyan, Groningen University Lewis acids and copper catalysis to control the reactivity of functional molecules
14 March 2018 Melinda Duer, University of Cambridge Heavy mice and lighter things: using solid‐state NMR spectroscopy to follow chemistry in biological tissues
7 March 2018 Fiona Meldrum, University of Leeds RSC Award Lecture: Crystallisation in Confinement – A Biological Perspective
28 Feb 2018 Andrew Goodwin, University of Oxford RSC Award Lecture
21 Feb 2018 Stuart Cantrill, Nature Chemistry The nature of chemistry publishing
17 Jan 2018 Kieron Burke, University of California, Irvine
3:00PM Budden Lecture Theatre
RSC Award Lecture: Density functional theory: a great success story?
6 Dec 2017 Bill Morandi, Max‐Planck Institut für Kohlenforschung Shuttle Catalysis – a Conceptual Blueprint for Reversible Functional Group Transfer