Supramolecular Photoactivatable Anticancer Hydrogels

1 month 1 week ago

Newton Fellow V. Venkatesh and co-workers from the Sadler group just published their work on a new way to deliver photoactivatable anticancer drugs by incorporation into hydrogels.

The group’s ongoing efforts might prove to be seminal for the development of metal-based photoactivatable topical agents for the treatment of lung, oesophageal and other accessible cancers.

Memorial Service for Professor Mark Rodger, Saturday 1st April 2.00 pm

1 month 4 weeks ago

There will be a Memorial Service for Professor Mark Rodger on Saturday 1st April 2017 at 2.00pm, in Holy Trinity Church (5A Priory Row, Coventry CV1 5EX).

Full details of the arrangements can be found on Alison's page here:

A tribute to Mark has been posted on the University insite pages;

Martin Wills, Head of Department.

Highly reactive molecule imaged for the first time by David Fox group & IBM published in Nature Nanotechnology.

3 months 1 week ago

David Fox who spearheaded the project along with Anish Mistry in collaboration with IBM have synthesised and imaged a highly reactive molecule for the first time, Triangulene. It was first hypothesised in the 1950’s and ever since, chemists have struggled to synthesise it until now.

Triangulene, a triangular fragment of graphene which contains two radicals is predicted to have desirable properties for electronic devices. For more information see the article attached.

Excellence in Chemistry UG Scholarships for 2017 entry

3 months 2 weeks ago

Warwick is privileged to attract high fliers. To reward hard work and promote outstanding achievement in Chemistry, we are proud to offer scholarships of up to £1000 for our top performing students. These are available to every UK and EU student that chooses us as their first choice and achieves A* at A Level Chemistry, or 7 in higher Level Chemistry, and excels in their other subjects too.


If you have any questions about scholarships or any aspects of Chemistry at Warwick please contact us at or on +44 (0)24 7652 3678

and we’ll be happy to help.

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