Chemistry Research and Enterprise Group

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illustrative chemistry imagery for Chemistry Research and Enterprise GroupChemists at the University of Brighton engage with the ‘classical’ areas of organic, inorganic, physical and analytical chemistry though much of their work also has a biological or medicinal angle. Through these themes their research interests are aligned with priority areas at university, national and international levels.

Chemistry research within the School of Pharmacy and Biomolecular Sciences is located in Huxley Building laboratories. The Chemistry Research and Enterprise Group encompasses a diverse range of expertise in which chemical synthesis is the core theme. Working in a multidisciplinary School allows chemistry researchers to interact with experts in the biological and pharmaceutical sciences to facilitate research at the chemistry/biology interface.

Current interdisciplinary research includes analysis of DNA from archaeological sites by mass spectrometry, analysis of composition-based lipid membrane curvature, the development of molecules with anti-ageing potential, drug-releasing polymers and toxin-removing devices for haemodialysis. Other areas of research involve single molecule magnets, carbon capture through coordination chemistry, disclosing agents for organophosphate nerve agents, computational chemistry, electrochemical sensor and biosensor fabrication, 3D microfabrication and supramolecular chemistry.

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    Projects

    Research Output

    • 61 Article
    • 6 Chapter
    • 3 Literature review
    • 1 Conference contribution with ISSN or ISBN

    3D printed UV/VIS detection systems constructed from transparent filaments and immobilised enzymes

    Sirjani, E., Migas, M., Cragg, P. & Dymond, M., 8 Feb 2020, In : Additive Manufacturing. 33, 101094.

    Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

  • Ex Vivo Electrochemical pH Mapping of the Gastrointestinal Tract in the Absence and Presence of Pharmacological Agents

    Rajan, T. S., Read, T., Abdalla, A., Patel, B. & Macpherson, J. V., 21 Jul 2020, In : ACS Sensors.

    Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

  • Fluorination as a route towards unlocking the hydrogen bond donor ability of phenolic compounds in self-assembled monolayers

    Pinfold, H., Pattison, G. & Costantini, G., 12 Mar 2020, In : CrystEngComm. 22, 14, p. 2425-2428 4 p.

    Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

  • Activities

    Royal Society of Chemistry, Heads of CHemistry UK (External organisation)

    Lizzy Ostler (Chair)

    1 Jul 20211 Jul 2024

    Activity: External boards and professional/academic bodiesPersonal board membership of professional/academic bodies

    Royal Society of Chemistry (External organisation)

    Lizzy Ostler (Member)

    1 Jul 20191 Jul 2022

    Activity: External boards and professional/academic bodiesPersonal board membership of professional/academic bodies

    Cryogels training DSTL

    Irina Savina (Consultant)

    15 Jan 201831 Mar 2018

    Activity: Consultancy