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Undergraduate Virtual Open Days

UCL has one of the top chemistry departments in the UK, with high teaching standards, an exciting and friendly environment with a real community feel.

Our Virtual Open Days:

are a great chance to find out more about your chosen course, the department and studying at UCL. You'll have the opportunity to hear from academic staff and ask any questions you might have about life at UCL. 

Register your place for our next Virtual Open Day

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Chemical & Physical Society

The Chemical and Physical Society is the students' society of UCL's Chemistry Department. Founded in 1876, it is UCL's oldest students' society.

Chemistry July 2020 Open Day

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UCL Chemistry offers an excellent education with high standards of teaching in an exciting but friendly environment. We foster a community feel to the department at all times and you will mix throughout your time here with staff, postgraduate students and researchers.
 

Roshni Malde on winning the UCL Chemistry Ramsay medal:

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Dr Suze Kundu on Public Engagement with Science

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Chemistry research during Undergraduate degree

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We specialise in the areas of organic synthesis, chemical biology, computational chemistry, nanotechnology, inorganic and materials chemistry, and physical chemistry and chemical physics.

Matthew Powner 2021 Blavatnik Awards Winner

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The mystery of the origin of life on Earth has fascinated humans for thousands of years. Organic chemist, Prof. Matthew Powner is trying to discover how the beautiful complexity of life could have originated from simple molecules and elements.

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