This research group investigates cell-biomaterial strategies for musculoskeletal tissue regeneration.
The McKemmish group at UNSW Chemistry specialises in quantum chemistry, astrochemistry, spectroscopy and method development.
The Donald Group applies experimental methods in mass spectrometry using fundamental and applied problems in chemistry and biochemistry.
The Kilian Lab is an academic research group based at UNSW. It looks at how the chemistry of material influence the behaviour of mammalian cells.
Our research focuses on the development and application of computational methods to predict molecular properties, chemical reaction mechanisms and understand structure-activity relationships. This insight is crucial for the rational design of improved chemical reagents, materials and drug molecules.
Molecular Photonics is a collaborative research group focusing on the changes to molecules when they absorb light. Find out more.
The SMS group has a strong focus interfacing materials with biological systems.. View our members, recent publications and much more.
Soft matter gives us insights into the science of everyday life from personal care to micro-foam in our cappuccinos. Discover more.
Find information on our research into solid state and materials, group members, publications and more.
The Ball Group use NMR spectroscopy to explore chemical problems, usually in inorganic and organometallic chemistry. Learn more.
The Beves Group focuses on supramolecular chemistry. See our publications and examples of our work.
This group focuses on developing next generation energy store systems. Learn more about our research and read our publications.
The Fahrenbach Group develops experimental and theoretical models for understanding the chemicals that may have occurred on Earth soon after its formation. Learn more.
The research areas of the Field Group include organometallic chemistry, catalysis and NMR spectroscopy. Discover more.
This group specialises in nanoscale control over materials. Read more about our projects and research areas.
The Harper Group researches physical organic chemistry. View our publications and current projects.
This groups interests cover natural products chemistry, peptidomimetics, bioactive molecules and synthetic methodology. Learn more.
This group studies the discovery and development of novel bioactive molecules and their application in industrial and medical settings. Discover more.
The Lessio Group studies computational chemistry and materials science for sustainability applications. Learn more.
The Neville Group strategically designs and synthesises functional metallosupramolecular materials. Learn more.
The Nguyen Group focuses their research on the development of new synthetic methodologies in organic chemistry, organocatalysis and natural product synthesis. Find out more.
The Peeks Group employs rational molecular design to build new materials. View our research to learn more.
The Rijs Group investigates the intrinsic properties of molecular building blocks and their 'constructed' aggregates. Learn more.
The Schmidt Group researches fundamental aspects of molecular spectroscopy and its applications Find out more.
Inspired by nature, the Stenzel Group combines synthetic polymers and nature's build blocks. View our projects.
The Stride Group focuses on incorporating nanomaterials into new functional materials and sustainable futures.
The Thordarson Group applies the principles of supramolecular chemistry to tease apart more complex biological/biohybrid mixtures and materials.
The Tilley Group focuses on the synthesis of the highest performing nanoparticle catalysts and medical imaging agents. Discover more.
The Zhao Group examines electrochemical challenges in energy and biomedicine using nanotechnology and nano-electrochemistry.
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