UK Catalysis Hub


UK Catalysis Hub


The UK Catalysis Hub is Consortia of universities involved in Catalysis research lead by UCL, Bath, Cardiff, Queens University Belfast, and Manchester. The hub has a range of Projects around the UK


The UK Catalysis Hub aims to interact, network and build the UK catalysis and wider international catalysis community through collaborative projects, meetings, conferences and research outputs, including publications. The Hub endeavours to develop a broad scientific program, from fundamentals for tackling big challenges to allowing extensive collaboration to develop new catalysts, reactions and process. In turn, this provides fundamental understanding, benefiting industry, the economy and scientific understanding. The UK Catalysis Hub also aims to develop the next generation of students, through courses, conferences, PhD programs, summer schools and outreach activities.

If you have any queries, please contact the Project Coordinator: josie.goodall@rc-harwell.ac.uk

Scientific Program

The UK Catalysis Hub is currently made up of 5 active interacting themes:

  • Biocatalysis 
  • Design
  • Chemical transformations
  • Energy
  • Environment

 For more information on  projects in the Hub please use the link below

Research Complex at Harwell

Research complex at Harwell

The UK Catalysis Hub has a physical centre at the Research complex at Harwell

For more information on the facilities and activities at the research complex click on the link below 


Poster Session at a UK Catalysis Hub Confernence

The UK Catalysis Hub runs biannual conference and participates in a number of events 

for more information about the UK Catalysis Hub and upcoming events click on the events pages