€10M ERC Synergy Grant to discover new materials using intelligent robots

The University of Liverpool the University of Southampton and the University of Rostock, Germany, have been awarded a prestigious ERC research grant to combine computational chemistry and robots to discover new materials.

Synergy grant won from the European Research Council. These grants are awarded to research that has “the potential of becoming a benchmark on a global scale”.

Graeme Day, Professor of Chemical Modelling at the University of Southampton, is leading the project, working alongside Professor Andy Cooper FRS from the University of Liverpool’s Department of Chemistry, and Professor Kerstin Thurow from the University of Rostock in Germany. To read more follow links

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