Chemistry at Lancaster
This is an exciting time to be involved with Chemistry at Lancaster University. The recently-founded Department of Chemistry boasts an expanding team of research-active academic staff at the forefront of research in their respective fields.Learn More
A breakthrough in understanding the way in which crystals develop will have a major impact for the pharmaceutical, chemical and food industries.Learn More
Top ten for research output quality
Chemistry at Lancaster has been ranked 10th in the UK for research output quality in the 2014 Research Excellence Framework (REF)Learn More
Our department has a number of PhD studentship opportunities available funded by the UniversityLearn More
The Department of Chemistry boasts an expanding team of research-active academic staff at the forefront of research in their respective fields. It benefits from a significant investment from the University, and an extensive array of new instrumentation and equipment to support our research activities.
Research Seminar Series - Fluorescent Sensing and Logic SystemsWednesday 09 December 2015, 14:00
Research Seminar Series - Dr Louise Natrajan, Manchester University. Title TBCWednesday 20 January 2016, 14:00
Research Seminar Series - Dr David Quigley, University of Warwick.Wednesday 27 January 2016, 14:00
Our expanding team of research-active staff are dedicated to providing the best chemistry education for our students, and we aspire to our courses ranking amongst the most highly regarded in the UK.
At Lancaster Chemistry, one our key aims is to help train chemists able to carry out advanced postgraduate research. We therefore offer the opportunity to undertake a PhD in Chemistry in our new facilities.
The research vision of Lancaster Chemistry is summarised in our mission statement: "To advance chemical research at disciplinary interfaces, underpinned by excellence in the core discipline of chemistry"
We have an expanding team of researchers at the forefront of their fields, and an extensive array of new instrumentation and equipment to support our research activities, which have direct applications across the chemical industry and a variety of sectors