Bangor University offers Research in Electrochemistry,Material Chemistry.



Bangor University

A long established university (founded in 1884) and dedicated to academic excellence. Over half of the departments assessed to date in the teaching quality assessments have received the top rating of 'excellent'. They have over 10,000 students, 26 academic schools and over 600 teaching staff. Bangor has a strong research base across a spectrum of academic disciplines engaging in research at national and international levels. The University provides strong support for research activities including encouraging links with commercial and industrial bodies in the UK and overseas.Research in the School of Chemistry has a reputation for excellence and covers a range of multidisciplinary subject areas with, for example, activities on nanomaterials, sensors for drugs and explosives, photovoltaics, molecular electronics and synthetic chemistry.The School has a number of research facilities available for staff, students and external use.The School has an outstanding record in establishing Teaching Company Scheme programmes with industry.


Bangor University, The School of Chemistry, Bangor University Bangor, Gwynedd, LL57 2UW, UK.
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