Dr Artem Bakulin and students from the Ultrafast Optoelectronics GroupThis page is for current students in the Department of Chemistry. It contains links and information that will help you during your studies.

If you can't find what you're looking for, or if you wish to speak to someone in the Department who can help, you can find a contact on our Teaching Hub Staff page.

Useful links

Useful links

Chem Central

We have a Blackboard Learn module called Chem Central where current students can find helpful information including:

  • Student Voice and Community information
  • Mitigating circumstances
  • Academic integrity and plagiarism
  • Examinations


ChemSoc is a society run by students, for students, aiming to give undergraduates and postgraduates the best possible university experience by complimenting their degree with a wide range of social and careers events.

Keep an eye out for announcements of seminars, pub quizzes, and careers fairs.

You can find out more about ChemSoc website on the Student Union website.

Software for students

Imperial makes available a number of software for students at no cost. This software can be found on Microsoft Imagine by logging in with your institution.

Reference managers are incredibly useful for lab and literature report writing. There are a number of reference managers available:

As a student in the Department of Chemistry, you are able to download ChemDraw at no cost. ChemDraw is a molecule editor which is highly useful throughout your Chemistry degree.