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Research Snippet #1 (Nov 13) - Emma Raven wins discipline hopping award
Science departments win four Athena SWAN Awards - The department of chemistry is one of four University of Leicester science departments to receive Athena SWAN awards
Forensic science expertise at Conference in China - Dr John Bond is part of a team of forensic researchers who have been invited to a conference by the Chinese Government
Congratulations to the class of 2013 - The department celebrates the achievements of this year's graduates
Second Year Chemist Awarded RSC/Nuffield Foundation Undergraduate Summer Research Bursary - Ethan Cunningham receives funding to work in the Ellis group
Leicester Chemist Awarded RSC/Nuffield Foundation Undergraduate Summer Research Bursary - Moses Moustakim receives a bursary to work in the Jamieson group
Leicester chemist wins electrochemistry prize - Greg Forrest wins a prize at the recent Midlands Electrochemistry Group meeting
Leicester atmospheric chemist wins poster prize - Shane Barber wins the college prize at the University's festival of postgraduate research
Leicester Chemistry reaches Guardian top three - The Department of Chemistry climbs eight places in the 2014 Guardian league table for chemistry degree courses
Leicester Professor awarded FLIP funding - Congratulations to Professor Emma Raven who has been awarded funding to exchange knowledge in different research environments.
Leicester chemist is name-dropped in American crime drama - Dr John Bond is mentioned in 'Rizzoli & Isles'
Why does hot water freeze faster than cold water? - Leicester chemist enters RSC competition
Leicester Chemist features in Prestigious Christmas TV lectures - Professor Eric Hope provided his expertise in Fluorine Chemistry to the Royal Institution’s longstanding Christmas lecture series
Video - Reacting Fluorine with Caesium at the University of Leicester - Professor Eric Hope and Dr Peter Wothers react the most reactive metal in the periodic table (Caesium) with the most reactive non-metal (Fluorine).
Leicester wins Highly Commended award for Star Trek-style "Sick Bay" - University of Leicester researchers recognised at the Times Higher Education's 2012 awards
Egg-cellent: egg shell recycling project wins award - Collaboration between University researchers and Leicester food business wins innovation award
Leicester Chemist Wins RSC Prize - Natlie Corden wins RSC 2012 Prize in Analytical Chemistry
CityScan Detects Less Air Pollution Than Expected Over London Olympics - Leicester research group makes surprising finding during London Olympics
Dr Williams awarded University Teaching Fellowship - Dr Dylan P Williams has been awarded a fellowship in recognition of excellence in teaching.
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