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The picture represents a "finite energy foliation" of the 3-dimensional manifold S1 x S2 with its standard contact structure. Finite energy foliations are ways of filling 3-dimensional space with smooth surfaces that are solutions to a differential equation arising in string theory. More...
The Chemistry Department at University College London was founded in 1828, making it the oldest in England, and from inception it has been recognised for achieving academic excellence. Today it remains one of the best chemistry departments in the UK, attaining the highest possible ranking (5**) in the 2001 Research Assessment Exercise (one of only 7). It has internationally recognised strengths in organic synthesis, chemical biology, computational chemistry, nanotechnology, inorganic and materials chemistry and physical chemistry and chemical physics with programmes funded from many sources including the Research Councils (EPSRC, BBSRC, NERC and MRC), charities, the European Community, US Government sources and industry in the UK, Europe and the USA.
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