Since its establishment in 2012, the CoE has been associated with 22 Chemistry Professors, 31 PDRAs, 23 PhD students and 1 administrator. So far, 49 projects have been funded amounting to nearly £12 million. Since 2011, CoE projects have resulted in 68 publications in international peer reviewed journals. In 2015/16, 10% of all the new patent filings arising from the University of Oxford originated from the CoE. In 2015, Prof. Dermot O’Hare was awarded an MPLS Impact Acceleration Account Secondment Fund Award to spend a sabbatical year with SCG Chemicals in Bangkok, Thailand. In 2016, Prof. Dermot O’Hare was awarded a Mathematical, Physical and Life Sciences Division Impact Award in recognition of the creation of the SCG-Oxford Centre of Excellence in Chemistry. Prof Dermot O’Hare and SCG's presentation to HRH Princess Sirindhorn at the British Embassy, Bangkok in 2016. In March 2017 the first pilot plant for nanomaterial synthesis was opened as a joint collaboration between SCG, University of Oxford and Beijing University of Chemical Technology. The SCG-Oxford Centre of Excellence for Chemistry was named 2019 winner of the prestigious Industry-Academia Collaboration Award from the Royal Society of Chemistry. The CoE won the award for creating a unique and long-standing collaboration bringing benefits to chemical science. The first product launch from a discovery made in Oxford at the CoE is due in 2020/21.