Welcome to the Johnson Matthey Hub

Johnson Matthey is a speciality chemicals company using science to make the world cleaner and healthier. More than 90 percent of our sales come from technologies that benefit the environment and health, enhancing people’s lives across the planet. Read more »

Typically recruits

  • Chemical/Process
  • Computing/Technology
  • Electronic & Electrical
  • Materials & Minerals
  • Mechanical/Manufacturing
  • Sciences/Maths

We sponsor the Chemical - Manufacturing sector
in the 2018/19 Gradcracker Toolkit

Undergrad intake: 10+
Graduate intake: 75+
We are one of Britain's oldest companies, which this year celebrates it's 200th anniversary.
Operations in over 30 countries and employs around 13,000 people.
Around 1,600 of our employees work in R&D representing some 12% of the total workforce.
We focus on products for clean air, clean energy and low carbon.
Our products enhance the quality of life for millions of people every day.
Johnson Matthey is Britain’s Most Admired Company 2014.
R&D investment of £169.9 million
89% of sales from products with sustainability benefits
Over 3,600 students have Followed us on Gradcracker.
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Philip Hughes, Regional R&D Manager

"Philip joined Johnson Matthey's Technology Centre after a sponsored PhD and worked on catalyst and zeolite projects before becoming Regional R&D Manager of our Chemical Catalysts business."

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Fiona Wigzell, Research Scientist

"I joined Johnson Matthey as a research scientist at JMTC and soon began work on a biofuels project."

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Johnson Matthey Acquires Pharmorphix

The acquisition brings world-leading material science capabilities to Johnson Matthey’s expanding European API and clinical supply services. Johnson Matthey acquired the Pharmorphix® solid form research business from Sigma-Aldrich on 1st October 2015. The acquisition brings...

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Johnson Matthey wins Innovative Product of the Year at the IChemE...

Our joint win with Cardiff University recognises the development of a mercury-free catalyst to support a more environmentally friendly method of producing PVC. Johnson Matthey has been recognised for its innovative work with Cardiff University on an environmentally friendly catalyst for the...

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