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Uranium 'breaks the rules again'
Research led by Prof Steve Liddle has reported a uranium dinitrogen molecule that 'should not exist'.
Helping robots to build new antibiotics
A Manchester team has engineered a common gut bacterium to produce antibiotics using robotics.
Molecular Magnetism academics honoured
Two academics from the School of Chemistry's Molecular Magnetism group have won international prizes.
School research highlighted in Nature Research feature
Research from the School has been highlighted in Nature Research's recent periodic table feature.
Our research themes reflect the interdisciplinary nature of modern chemistry research.
The work of our academic staff is integral to a number of University research centres and institutes.
Our research focuses on tackling the great challenges we face in society, and we're making a real impact.
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