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Grade inflation

Our director of education and professional practice, Sarah Robertson responds to the Reform report "A degree of uncertainty: an investigation into grade inflation in universities".

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Our vision for a future EU-UK science agreement

With Brexit negotiations ongoing, Professor Sir John Holman shares our views on a future UK–EU science deal that will deliver benefits for our community across Europe.

Scientists strike (nano)gold in search for bacteria detection methods

ChemSci Pick of the Week – Scientists from Nanjing University in China have developed a new way to detect bacterial activity using a gold nanoparticle ‘sticky note’ that can also carry antibiotics to kill bacteria.

Chemistry outreach in York

During the half-term holidays on 1–2 June, local Royal Society of Chemistry members participated in an interactive science event on a busy shopping street, right in the heart of York.

MIT sign “Read and Publish” agreement

We have signed a groundbreaking deal with MIT Libraries, which sees them become the first North American institution to adopt our “Read and Publish" model

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