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EaStCHEM

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Organisation profile

Follow the School of Chemistry link above to view our full research information and outputs.

EaStCHEM is the joint chemistry research school of the Universities of Edinburgh and St Andrews. Formed in 2004, EaStCHEM combines the research activities of two of Scotland’s leading schools of chemistry and is now recognised for excellence in both core and interdisciplinary chemistry. Our wide-ranging research themes reflect the relevance of modern chemistry in solving important global challenges and improving lives. 

EaStCHEM ranked second in the REF 2014 'Power Table' with 80 academics submitted and 95% of research papers classed as world-leading or internationally excellent. The collaborative environment provided by EaStCHEM was assessed as excellent with all aspects rated as internationally or nationally leading.

Read more about our five research themes on the School of Chemistry website:

Catalysis and Synthesis

The Chemistry Biology Interface

Energy, Environment and Sustainable Chemistry

Functional Materials

Structural Chemistry and Chemical Dynamics

The strength and ethos of EaStCHEM is particularly evident in the complementary instrumentation provided by both schools of chemistry resulting in the provision of exceptional state of the art facilities and instrumentation.

Research activities & awards

  1. The Royal Society (External organisation)

    Activity: Membership typesMembership of peer review panel or committee

  2. The Wolfson Foundation (External organisation)

    Activity: Membership typesMembership of peer review panel or committee

  3. Swedish Linnaeus Centres Review (Event)

    Activity: Membership typesMembership of peer review panel or committee

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Latest prizes

  1. 2020 Anders Gustav Ekeberg Prize

    Prize: Prize (including medals and awards)

  2. RSC Capps Green Zomaya memorial award

    Prize: Prize (including medals and awards)

  3. The 2020 Wawzonek Lecture

    Prize: Other distinctions

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