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The School of Chemistry at Manchester is one of the largest in the UK and is recognised globally for the excellence of its research and teaching.
Prof. Christopher Whitehead
Head of School
Alyn Edwards Wins Salters' Graduate Prize
Mike Ingleson Group published in Chem. Commun. Special Edition
Dr Richard Layfield contributes to a special edition of Dalton Transactions
The University of Manchester has been chosen to host four new national Centres for Doctoral Training (CDT) in science and engineering, the Government has announced.
The University of Manchester has signed a £100,000 cooperation agreement with Brazil’s leading scientific research funding agency to promote research links between the UK and the state of São Paulo.
One of the world’s largest graphene manufacturers has agreed a £5m collaborative research partnership to open its European base at The University of Manchester.
During the most recent REF period the School of Chemistry was cited 19,170 times. This make us the third most cited school in the UK, with an average of 8.62 cites per document.
With £43 million received in grants, we have the fourth largest university research income in the UK.
We received a score of 97% in the 2013 National Student Satisfaction Survey.
Since opening in 1824 our School has been home to seven Nobel Prize winners, including atomic theory pioneer John Dalton.
Our student body is made up of 695 undergraduate and 267 postgraduate students.
There are 62 academic staff and 55 support staff currently working within the School.
We work with 110 Postdoctoral Research Assistants.