Chemistry at The University of Manchester
  • UoM Chemistry 01 Welcome to CAMERA

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    From using smell to diagnose Parkinsons to protecting the UNESCO world heritage site that is the Lake District the University of Manchester School of Chemistry is making some world changing discoveries.

    These films attempt to demystify the science behind the papers and bring a real world view of how important these discoveries are for day to day life. Show less
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    • UoM Chemistry 26 Electrically Generated Light From Organoboranes - Duration: 5 minutes, 16 seconds.

      • 3 months ago
      At the School of Chemistry in the University of Manchester we have been studying biological materials that emit light. We have found that a certain group of such organoboranes have a very high cont...
    • UoM Chemistry 25 Single Molecule Magnets - Duration: 5 minutes, 45 seconds.

      • 8 months ago
      As we amass more and more data that needs to be stored - especially in the gigantic banks of Internet search engines - enormous amounts of energy are being used to power the storage facilities and,...
    • UoM Chemistry 05 Engineering Electronics with Graphene Printing (short) - Duration: 76 seconds.

      • 8 months ago
      Manchester is the home of Graphene and the School of Chemistry is now exploring the uses this incredible material may have in printing exciting new devices.

      By using Graphene dispersed in a water ...
    • UoM Chemistry 19 Uranium: A Cure For Cancer? (short) - Duration: 81 seconds.

      • 8 months ago
      Could Uranium chemistry lead to a cure for cancer? A solution to the problem of hard plastics in our oceans? This fundamental science is possibly one of the greatest discoveries of recent years wit...
    • UoM Chemistry 03 Detecting Parkinsons With Chemistry (Short) - Duration: 91 seconds.

      • 9 months ago
      Did you know that Parkinsons has a smell? The School of Chemistry recently came into contact with an associate who can diagnose sufferers months before doctors - because of their odour!

      The resear...
    • UoM Chemistry 04 World's Smallest Fuel Powered Motor Invented in Manchester (Short) - Duration: 90 seconds.

      • 9 months ago
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      Chemistry Advances at The University of Manchester (CAMERA)

      Taking cues from nature, the School of Chemistry has developed world...
    • Chemistry at the University of Manchester - Duration: 65 seconds.

      • 9 months ago
      Have you ever wondered how science works? Chemistry at Manchester explains science advances (CAMERA). Visit our YouTube channel to find out more!
    • UoM Chemistry 24 The Golden Age of Catalysis - Duration: 5 minutes.

      • 1 year ago
      Traditionally, Gold has not been considered a useful element in chemical synthesis.
      Seemingly inert, it's never been found to react well (or at all) with other elements.

      But chemists at the Unive...
    • UoM Chemistry 23 Tiny Science/Mass Industry: Sub Micron Printing - Duration: 4 minutes, 40 seconds.

      • 1 year ago
      How do you create even smaller circuit boards? Print them! The race is on to ensure the devices of the future are more efficient with greater capabilities and the University of Manchester Chemistry...
    • UoM Chemistry 22 Micro Circuit Boards Negotiating Moore's Law - Duration: 7 minutes, 36 seconds.

      • 1 year ago
      We're at a crucial point in the development of smaller and smaller data storage solutions. Moore's law (essentially where processing power for computers doubles every two years) has worked well so ...
    • UoM Chemistry 21 Bio Silicone From The Sea - Duration: 4 minutes, 39 seconds.

      • 1 year ago
      Pioneering a new biologically sound way to produce silica, the substance found on your kitchen utensils, flexible mobile phone covers and erm... some lubricants. All thanks to a little sponge (Sube...
    • UoM Chemistry 20 Guinness World Record: World's Smallest Knot - Duration: 3 minutes, 48 seconds.

      • 1 year ago
      The University of Manchester School of Chemistry have created the world's smallest knot made 'simply' by tying molecules together. This technology (which was initially attempted because it was pret...
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