Welcome to our research team’s website


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Thank you for visiting the Bangor’s Applied Research in Chemistry and Health (ARCH) team’s website. This site provides a brief overview of the research being carried out within Chris Gwenin’s team and an introduction to the team members, latest news, former members and general photos.

The ARCH research team have several collaborations with industry and universities worldwide. Our main research themes are the detection of TB, cancer therapy, the detection of Botulinum toxin, Cortisol, Sepsis and MRSA.

The team also includes many postgraduate students and visiting students on various exchange programs, with their profiles available by clicking on their pictures; we are quite a big international family. We are also pleased to say that we have a 100% employability record for all our M.Sc. and Ph.D. students. For a list of current vacancies please click here.


Gwenin - Applied Research in Chemistry and Public Health (ARCH)

College of Environmental Sciences and Engineering, Bangor University, Bangor, Gwynedd, LL57 2DG, UK

Direct Line: 0044 1248 383741   email: c.d.gwenin@bangor.ac.uk

Gwenin - Applied Research in Chemistry and Public Health (ARCH)

Gwenin - Applied Research in Chemistry and Public Health (ARCH)

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The Big DayFebruary 8th, 2019
54 days to go.
News: December 2018

Our CALIN/M-SParc meeting flier is now ready

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News: December 2018

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A warm welcome to Carol who joins us to support the CALIN project

News: November 2018

Our draft agenda is now ready for the CALIN/M-SParc meeting February 8th

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News: November 2018

09280987Congratulations to Patrick Ball, Emma Thompson, Simon Anderson, Vanessa Gwenin, on their new European Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences publication

News: October 2018

MSP101-e1532964586693Save the date February 8th 2019

We are currently organising a joint event with the team at M-SParc to promote CALIN and the newly opened Science Park.