Organic, inorganic, physical, and computational chemistry underpin the SCMB Nanotechnology and Materials Chemistry theme.
The theme draws together expertise in synthesis (including self-assembly), characterisation (including spectroscopy, colloid and surface science) and computational modelling, and applications (optoelectronics, clean energy generation and storage, separation technologies, biomaterials, nanomedicine, molecular recognition) of organic, inorganic, and composite materials from small molecules to macromolecular structures including polymers, dendrimers, frameworks, gels, and nano-porous structures.
Theme Leader: Professor Paul Burn
|Organic Chemistry - Glycoscience, drug discovery and biotechnology|
|Physical and Computational Chemistry - Simulation of biomolecular systems|
|Novel drug delivery systems|