January 2012


Teacher holding up molecule model

Learn Chemistry - hundreds of high-quality education resources in one place

27 January 2012

The RSC's huge collection of modern, relevant resources is a boon to teachers and students everywhere



Robert Parker

RSC ready to oversee A-level and GCSE exams says chemistry chief

23 January 2012

The chief executive of the RSC welcomes Professor Sir John Holman's call for learned societies to overlook not only A-level, but also GCSE exam regulation.



Mrs Beeton

Mrs Beeton's toast sandwich loses its economical crown

17 January 2012

Hundreds and hundreds of entries have provided a wealth of good, bad and downright disgusting cheap meals



Shell

RSC statement on Shell research centre closure at Thornton

16 January 2012

How can a vision for a high-tech future British economy be justified?



Biomaterials

RSC launches Biomaterials Science journal in collaboration with Kyoto University (iCeMS)

14 January 2012

Academic and industrial researchers have a new option for the publication of their research in 2012, with the launch of the latest RSC journal.



Dr No

Was 50th anniversary movie Dr No negative for nuclear?

12 January 2012

Nuclear energy is a vital part of the UK energy mix - but has its representation in popular culture added to public mistrust?



Walnuts

Walnuts pack the biggest punch when it comes to healthy nuts

11 January 2012

Walnuts have been crowned king of nuts when it comes to health benefits, according to scientists.



Professor David Phillips

RSC President Professor David Phillips receives CBE in Queen's New Year's honours list

03 January 2012

Professor Phillips adds a CBE to the OBE he was awarded in 1999.