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Chemistry

A world-class centre for research and teaching in the chemical sciences

Chemistry is a central science that provides an important foundation for multiple scientific disciplines. Chemistry at UWA has a long tradition and outstanding reputation in interdisciplinary research, with activity ranging from chemical biology, catalysis, molecular electronics, reaction dynamics and mechanism, to surface science, molecular materials and nanotechnology, molecular and biomolecular structure determination, and theoretical and computational chemistry.

Our researchers have forged strong connections across academia and industry. We work closely with other schools, research centres and faculties within the University, and have strong links with many universities, research centres and industrial partners across Australia and overseas.

UWA is a world-class centre for research and teaching in the chemical sciences. The Bayliss Building, with embedded industry partners, makes the School of Molecular Science a vibrant, leading research environment and allows us to keep pace with the ever-changing nature of modern science.

Chemistry at UWA has a long tradition and outstanding reputation in interdisciplinary research in areas including:

  • Biological chemistry
  • Inorganic chemistry
  • Materials and nanotechnology
  • Molecular structure
  • Molecular synthesis and catalysis
  • Organic chemistry
  • Physical chemistry
  • Theory and computation

Key contacts: View the full list of Chemistry staff in our Contact Directory.

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Collaborations and research partners

Chemistry at UWA is linked to global research networks, including the Matariki Network of Universities and the Worldwide Universities Network  whilst also supporting collaborative programs, exchanges and collaborative research projects with institutions across the world. The impact of our work is elevated by close relationships with industry, philanthropic and consumer partners. In many cases, our industry colleagues are embedded in the Bayliss Building, giving them close access to our cutting-edge facilities and highly-regarded expertise.

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