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Spotlight on Alumni
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Welcome to the Department of Chemistry, NUI Maynooth and to our web site. The discipline of chemistry and the sphere of chemical research has grown at a dynamic rate within the last twenty years. No other field has produced such a proliferation of sub-disciplines in the vanguard of research which have directly created simultaneous profound influences on society. Innovations in drug design, medical imaging systems, biosensors, biochemical models of living processes and diseases, as well as progress in biochemical genetics have advanced the field of medicine and the capacity to prolong and enhance the quality of life more….
The department would like to welcome back students after the summer for the academic year of 2013/2014. Student timetables can be found on the university's timetable page and on our own departmental timetable page. Please read the following information concerning registration up for chemistry labs and tutorials. All other information can be found on our course information page.
The chemistry department would like to congratulate Susan James (centre), pictured after receiving the 2013 Wesley Cocker Prize from the Society of Chemical Industry, All Ireland Group. Professor Cocker (1908-2007) was instrumental in establishing the Irish Section of the Society of Chemical Industry in 1947. The award named in his honour is given to the best paper or patent on a topic of relevance to industrial chemistry, where the main author is a PhD or BSc student in Ireland Read More.
Next month, NUI Maynooth chemistry post-graduate Ross Driver, will travel to Germany to take part in the 63rd Lindau Meeting where 600 outstanding young researchers from up to eighty countries will get the unique opportunity to participate in discussions with thirty five Nobel Laureates. ‘Research in Germany’, a newsletter circulated by the Federal Ministry of Education and Research, introduces three young participants of this forum, one of whom is Ross. To read this article, please click here (See page 6 to read about Ross)
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