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 Computational PDRA Opportunity!

MASI is now recruiting a computational chemist to work with Elena on the modelling of heterogeneous catalysis. The inital 2-year post will investigate interactions and bonding of small molecules (e.g. CO2, H2, N2) with metal nanoclusters and chemical reactions on metals and hybrid interfaces.  For more information, please see the job advert.

2nd February 2022


MASI is recruiting!

MASI is recruiting an electrochemist to work on carbon dioxide reduction and hydrogen generation at Nottingham. The role holder will join the Nanocarbon group led by Andrei, and be on an initial 2 year contract. For more information, please visit the Nottingham recruitment website.

19th January 2022



 MASI All Hands

We were pleased to successfully hold a hybrid event involving everyone across the entire MASI consortium. Pete Licence gave an overview of sustainability and how MASI can address some of the largest challenges, Andrei Khlobystov introduced the overall programme, and all staff and students were given the opportunity to introduce themselves and their work.

13 December 2021


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Latest Publications

A high-throughput, solvent free method for dispersing metal atoms directly onto supportsKohlrausch, E.C., Centurion, H.A., Lodge, R.W., Luo, X., Slater, T., Santos, M.J.L., Ling, S., Mastelaro, V.R., Cliffe, M.J., Goncalves, R.V., Alves Fernandes, J., Journal of Materials Chemistry A, 9 (47), pp. 26676-26679., 2021

Blurring the boundary between homogenous and heterogeneous catalysis using palladium nanoclusters with dynamic surfaces, Cano, I., Weilhard, A., Martin, C., Pinto, J., Lodge, R.W., Santos, A.R., Rance, G.A., Åhlgren, E.H., Jónsson, E., Yuan, J., Li, Z.Y., Licence, P., Khlobystov, A.N., Alves Fernandes, J., Nature Communications 12 (1) 4965, 2021