£29 million phased redevelopment for Chemistry

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Chemistry at York - TOP 5 in the 2014 Guardian League Table

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Distinctive interdisciplinary research structure founded on core chemistry 

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A leading university chemistry department for both research and teaching

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96% student satisfaction in the 2014 NSS

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Rated extremely highly in the most recent Research Assessment 

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Welcome to the Department of Chemistry. We are proud of our achievements.

One of the UK's leading Chemistry departments - internationally recognised for teaching and research. We offer a diverse range of degree courses in a friendly and supportive academic community enabling our students to achieve their full potential and develop into employable graduates.

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Professor Richard Taylor 
Head of Department

Supporting women in science

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Chemistry at York holds an Athena Swan gold award and was the first Department in the UK to achieve this highest level

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7th in Research Power

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Postgraduate study

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Events

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Building Sustainable Solvent Solutions for Industry

Sustainable Solvent Solutions for those working in all areas where solvents are used including chemicals and pharmaceuticals, cleaning, formulations, inks and pigments, extractions and analysis.

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Anniversary celebration

Thanks to all our alumni who attended our 50-year celebration and the launch of the York Chemistry 50 Fund

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Our world class research

New Centre to transform medical imaging

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Current job vacancies

Departmental news

Chemistry Focus Newsletter 2015 (opens in pdf)

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Low-field NMR study funded

Thursday 26 March 2015




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EPSRC award

Wednesday 11 February 2015


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NERC Success

Monday 9 February 2015


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