Partners

A number of industrial partners support the work of the CDT, and are based both here in the UK and abroad. Strong links to industry offer invaluable impact to the work of the CDT, both for the staff and students. Not only does it enable students to become more familiar with the industrial environment they are involved in, it can also help form and influence their research.

Strategic Training Partner

  • Science Foundation Ireland: BEACON Biotechnology Research Centre

Industrial Partners

  • AstraZeneca
  • Lubrizol
  • Unilever
  • GSK
  • Croda
  • Synthomer
  • Sygnature
  • Thomas Swan
  • Arcinova
  • CatSci
  • Eventmap
  • Britest
  • Coventive Composites
  • Bruker
  • Added Scientific
  • Promethean Particles
  • European Thermodynamics
  • Rolls Royce
  • LGC Group
  • Enlumo
  • Key Organics
  • The Coal Authority

Partner Universities

  • University College Dublin
  • Universidad Federal do Rio Grande do Sul
  • James I University (Jaume I)
  • Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg
  • Yale University
  • McGill University
  • Chinese Academy of Science, Beijing
  • KU Leuven
  • Virginia Tech

Other Partners

  • Britest
  • Chemistry Innovation
  • Knowledge Transfer Network (CI KTN)
  • Centre for Process Innovation
  • Chemical Industries Association
  • EU Marie Curie Initial Training Networks SINCHEM and REFINE
  • Momentum Associates
  • Royal Society of Chemistry

News

CDT students attend IUPAC for Africa -  Postgraduate Summer School of Sustainable Chemistry 2019

CDT students attend IUPAC for Africa -  Postgraduate Summer School of Sustainable Chemistry 2019

27 Jun 2019

Student experience: John Ryan shares his impressions about the school.

Events

Cohort 6 Induction

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Sep 2019

Cohort 6 Induction

26 Sep 2019

First year students prepare to start CDT programme at the Cohort 6 Induction event.

Outreach

Wonder 2019 - celebrating the Year of the Periodic Table

Wonder 2019 - celebrating the Year of the Periodic Table

26 Jun 2019

Our students enjoy discussing sustainable chemistry and engineering with members of the general public in Nottingham.