We are currently home to 200 undergraduate and 50 postgraduate students and sit within the Department of Chemistry and Forensic Science.
Research within the chemistry department span a diverse range of topics within the key areas of: analytical chemistry, materials chemistry, synthetic chemistry, theoretical and computational chemistry and pedagogy. Our research includes the development of mass spectrometry solutions, biomolecular-materials interfaces, surface science, green chemistry, synthetic organic and inorganic chemistry, theoretical developments and computational chemistry.
At undergraduate level, our bioscience courses are your gateway to life as a scientist, and at postgraduate level, you’ll develop specialist knowledge and skills to create your own learning pathway.
SS2i - Scientific Services to Industry
Scientific Services to Industry (SS2i) offers a range of analytical, experimental and technical services to Industry. A significant number of businesses have already commercially and technically benefited from working with us.
Therapeutic Chemistry, Analysis and Imaging
Use of state of the art analytical and synthetic techniques to develop methods and materials to investigate biological processes and structures; bio-inspired compounds for use as potential drugs.
Research Excellence Framework (REF) 2021
In the latest Research Excellence Framework (REF) 2021, 86% of NTU's research impact was assessed to be either world-leading or internationally excellent. The overall quality of each Unit of Assessment NTU submitted to REF in 2021 also saw an improvement from the previous REF in 2014.
Scientists monitor the formation of a chemical bond for the first time
Wed 10 Nov 2021
NTU continues to support local businesses through two new projects to develop leadership and management and STEM skills
Fri 22 Jan 2021
Scientists develop facemask which can kill viruses on contact
Mon 09 Nov 2020
NTU Knowledge Transfer Partnerships acknowledged for excellence
Thu 08 Oct 2020
Nano minerals in poultry feed can improve broiler growth, study shows
Wed 23 Sep 2020
Science hits the park
Thu 20 Feb 2020
Motivations and Experiences of International Law Students
30 Burton Street, Nottingham, NG1 4BU
Experience Engineering at NTU
Postgraduate Study at Nottingham Business School
Teachers - Experience Engineering at NTU
Egypt: Fairs and exhibitions
Raddison Blu Hotel Heliopolis, Abd El-Hameed Badawi, St El Nozha, Cairo Governorate 11787, Egypt,
Experience History at NTU
We have a range of modern facilities to support both our students and researchers in the Rosalind Franklin Building (RFB), the nearby Interdisciplinary Science and Technology Centre (ISTeC) and in the analytical and microscopy suite.
We have a wide variety of state-of-the-art scientific equipment capable for many experimental methods including: fourier transform infrared spectroscopy, raman spectroscopy, surface characterisation by gas absorption (surface area, pore size distribution etc.) and surface tension and contact angle measurements. We have a selection of potentiostats for electrochemical measurements, one with the capability to perform quartz crystal microbalance (QCM) measurements. For materials analysis we have dynamic light scattering spectroscopy (DLS) and a rotational viscometer.
In addition, available with our microscopy suite are atomic force microscopy (AFM), scanning tunnelling microscopy (STM) and scanning electron microscopy (SEM) equipped with energy dispersive X-ray (EDX) analysis.
The Interdisciplinary Science and Technology Centre (ISTeC) based at our Clifton Campus.
The Rosalind Franklin Building
Studying bioscience, chemistry or forensic science at NTU? Get the experience employers need in our pioneering Rosalind Franklin building.
Interdisciplinary Biomedical Research Facility
This research facility supports the School's extensive biomedical research activities in immunology, cell-based therapy, bio-materials science, neuroscience, pharmacology and toxicology.
Natural Sciences Research Facility
This centre enhances the School’s research in physics, biosciences, chemistry, imaging, materials and sports performance - from radiology to astrophysics, oceanography to archaeology.
Royal Society of Chemistry