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Vanessa is Undergraduate Student of the Year

Congratulations to our group member Vanessa Suinggi, who has received the award ‘Undergraduate Student of the Year 2012’ of our Faculty. This is a tremendous achievement! Vanessa recently completed her final year research project on the surface analysis of acrylic paint films, working alongside Beth Willneff. Read here for the full list of 2012 Distinguished …

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Art and Science Do Mix! Join Us Next Week at the Manchester Science Festival

Several outreach activities at the Manchester Science Festival 2011, which runs from 22 – 30 October 2011, are directly related to our collaboration with Tate Britain: 25 Oct, Tuesday, 10:30 – 15:30: Family activity – ‘Art and Science do Mix’ at the Manchester Museum of Science and Industry (MOSI) Chemistry Family Day 25 Oct, Tuesday, …

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New arrivals

It is the time of the year where people come and go. We would like to welcome Devon Indar and Amani Musharah, who join our team as new PhD students from September 2010. Both will work on the catalytic upgrading of chemicals from sustainable feedstocks. Dr Elizabeth Willneff,  who took up her position as Arts …

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AHRC/EPSRC Fellow

Elizabeth A. Willneff, an alumna of our research group and a PhD graduate from our School, has been awarded an AHRC Postdoctoral Fellowship. She re-joins the School of CEAS from 1 September 2010. Beth will collaborate with our group as well as with Tate Research and the Getty Conservation Institute in Los Angeles, investigating the …

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