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  • AMBER Launch

    26 Nov
    AMBER Launch

    Dr. Gillian Collins and Dr. Brenda Long, pictured with Ministers Richard Bruton and Seán Sherlock at the AMBER Centre launch in Croke Park.

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  • Postgraduate Research Day 2010

    10 Sep
    Postgraduate Research Day 2010

    The Chemistry Department held its first ever Postgraduate Research Day. Prof. Anita Maguire as Chair of the Graduate Studies Committee kindly supplied the following introduction. Prof. Alan Kelly in his role as Dean of Graduate Studies of UCC officially opened the event. Selected images are available on the departments facebook pages.

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  • Irish Times article 24.06.2010

    24 Jun
    Irish Times article 24.06.2010

    IRISH RESEARCHERS are developing methods that may revolutionise how computer chips are manufactured in the future. Scientists at the Centre for Research Adaptive Nanostructures and Nanodevices (Crann) have devised ways to allow the electronic components to build themselves, writes BETH O'DONOGHUE 

    The research being carried out at Crann and the Tyndall National Institute is a joint effort between teams led by Dr Justin Holmes, senior lecturer in physical/materials chemistry and by Prof Michael Morris, professor of inorganic chemistry, both based at University College Cork.

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  • GP2A Conference 2010

    02 Sep
    GP2A Conference 2010
    Congratulations to Michael Cahill on being awarded the prize for Best Presentation and Poster at the recent Groupement des Pharmacochimistes de l’Arc Atlantique (GP2A) conference held at Rouen, France from September 1st -2nd . Read more
  • Chemistry staff honoured

    15 Oct
    Chemistry staff honoured

    On Thursday 10th October, University College Cork (UCC) honoured staff members for their outstanding contributions to University life at a ceremony in the Aula Maxima. This year, for the first time, the Awards Ceremony combined presentations and accolades to winners from three separate Award Schemes: Teaching & Learning, Staff Recognition and Research. 

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