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.
Catalysis is a core area of contemporary science posing major fundamental and conceptual challenges, while being at the heart of the chemical industry - an immensely successful and important part of the overall UK economy (generating in excess of £50 billion per annum). UK catalytic science currently has a strong presence, but there is intense competition in both academic and industrial sectors, and a need for UK industrial activity to shift towards new innovative areas posing major challenges for the future. In light of these challenges the UK Catalysis Hub endeavours to become a leading institution, both nationally and internationally, in the field and acts to coordinate, promote and advance the UK catalysis research portfolio. With a strong emphasis on effective use of the world-leading facilities on the RAL campus.
The UK Catalysis Hub is currently made up of 5 active interacting themes:
- Chemical transformations
For more information on projects in the Hub please use the link below
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
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
If you have any queries, please contact the Project Coordinator: email@example.com