King's College London
School of Biomedical Sciences
Chemistry (Department of)
The Department of Chemistry occupies new research laboratories in the Hodgkin Building and Britannia House on Guy’s Campus, with state-of-the art analytical and spectroscopic facilities close at hand and further analytical and synthetic facilities at the Waterloo and St Thomas’ Hospital campuses.
Chemistry research spans the Schools of Biomedical Sciences, Natural & Mathematical Science and Medicine, and broadly ranges from computational and physical chemistry to chemical biology, medical imaging and materials science. Additional strengths are in analytical chemistry and spectroscopy, metallochemistry, nanoparticle chemistry and biology and drug discovery.
Chemistry is also a major component in a number of prestigious Centres based at King’s such as the Cancer Research UK/EPSRC Cancer Imaging Centre, Wellcome/EPSRC Medical Engineering Centre, and BHF Centre of Excellence.
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Classification: Doctoral/Research University—Extensive
Locale: Large City