Chemistry has a central, irreplaceable role to play in solving the energy problem. However, we also know that a problem of this magnitude and complexity cannot be solved by one discipline alone.
One of Oxford Chemistry's greatest strengths is being part of the wide range of energy-related activities at the University of Oxford. Energy work is active in other academic departments and divisions, in student-led groups, and in dedicated research consortia; this work ranges from policy and outreach to science and engineering. The rich opportunities for community and collaboration here at the University of Oxford maximize the chances that the next big idea in energy will take hold and change the world.
Links to some energy-related Oxford groups can be found at right.