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Research

 

Research in the Department of Chemistry draws on the interface between physical and life sciences to explore new chemistry frontiers. We are known for our work on the chemistry of life and have growing expertise in chemical biotechnology and green chemistry.

Our research falls into three themes:

 

Working with others

We are actively engaged with the Frances Crick Institute through our King’s Chemistry at the Crick (KemCrick) programme.

Together with the Physics Department Biological Physics and Soft Matter Group, we lead the Centre for the Physical Science of Life.

We also collaborate widely with King’s Division of Cancer Studies on cancer stem cells and strong connections with King’s Institute of Pharmaceutical Science as well as biotech and Pharma, to develop therapeutic opportunities arising from our research.

The integration of Chemistry in biomedical research at King’s is broader than the direct involvement of the Chemistry Department.  Chemists, directly embedded in Department of Imaging Chemistry and Biology, in both drug discovery and delivery in the Institute of Pharmaceutical Sciences, in Nutrition, in the Randall Division of Cell and Molecular Biophysics and in the Dental Institute, expand our opportunities for research and teaching.

 

 

KemCrick - King's Chemistry at the Crick

We are keen participants of the King’s-Crick partnership with joint PhD students and several staff working at the Frances Crick Institute:

King's-Crick group leaders in Physical Science

 

 Group leader (Satellite Laboratory)

 

Group leaders (Programmatic Satellite Laboratory)

 

 

Discover our research

Groups

Groups

Discover our research groups in the Department of Chemistry.

People

People

Meet the Department of Chemistry, King's College London.