|Post:||Department of Chemistry|
|Memorial University of Newfoundland|
|St. John's, NL A1B 3X7 CANADA|
Dr. Kerton's office C4007 is on the same floor and corridor as the main chemistry department office, C4000.
Our research focuses on green chemistry, encompassing three main themes:
1. Catalysis (including organometallic chemistry)
2. Solvent replacement (including supercritical fluids)
3. Renewable feedstocks
Much of our research encompasses aspects of Materials Science including nanoparticles, biorenewable materials and polymer chemistry.
A list of recent publications can be found here
Some PhD studentships will be available from Dr. Kerton's research funds, you are strongly encouraged to contact Fran Kerton for more information.
No Postdoctoral positions are available at this time. Prospective postdoctoral research assistants are encouraged to apply for their own funding. Dr. Kerton is willing to provide research space and facilities in her group