The University of Cambridge is one of the most renowned Research/Higher Education Institutes and is frequently ranked amongst the top 5 in international academic rankings such as ARWU and Shanghai Ranking. It has a long-standing history of academic and scientific excellence, which is combined with rich culture, learning, and creativity. Many affiliates of University of Cambridge have won Nobel Prizes for their significant advances. The University of Cambridge is also a major participant in European projects and is amongst the top 5 recipients of H2020 funding. The University Library is a major scholarly resource and it holds approximately 8 million items. The Department of Chemistry is consistently ranked in the top three Departments in this field worldwide. The Department houses 50+ internationally recognised research teams whose work covers a range of disciplines from molecular biology to medicinal chemistry. The scientists in the Department work in many leading areas and have collaborators at academic and industrial institutions across the world. Each year the Department hosts around 200 postdoctoral research staff and over 250 postgraduate students.