June 2012

Susan Watts

Chemistry World on the hunt for the next science correspondent

27 June 2012

Think you can tell a story like David Shukman? Or sing the praises of science like Susan Watts?


RSC offers £1000 for explanation of an unsolved legendary phenomenon

26 June 2012

Why does hot water freeze faster than cold water?

Jim Iley, Director, Science & Education - Science and Education

RSC reaction to today's 'return of the O-level' story

21 June 2012

The proposed two-tier system with O-levels for some students and second rate exams for others would be very ill-advised

Robert Parker

RSC chief executive welcomes Finch Group findings on Open Access in publishing

19 June 2012

Dr Robert Parker on the independent study commissioned by the government and led by Professor Dame Janet Finch

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RSC says 21st Century problems need world collaboration

19 June 2012

Closer collaboration is the ultimate way for scientists to combat the challenges of the 21st century, Dr Robert Parker says today at the official opening of the RSC's Brazil office...

Robert Parker

Dr Robert Parker's speech at the RSC Brazil office opening

19 June 2012

The RSC Chief Executive gave a keynote speech at the official opening of the RSC's Brazil office in São Paulo.


Mango peel helps you stay slimmer

15 June 2012

It might not be the tastiest part of the fruit, but for anyone wanting to look their best this summer they should think about new ways of eating mango.

Lesley Yellowlees

Does this government care about women in science? asks Professor Lesley Yellowlees

13 June 2012

The government is failing in its duty to adequately support women in science, according to the RSC President-Elect.

Nobel Prize winners 2010

RSC honours Japanese Nobel Prize winners

12 June 2012

Chemistry Nobel Prize winners Ei-ichi Negishi and Akira Suzuki will be honoured by the Royal Society of Chemistry at a ceremony in Edinburgh later today.

Toby Lock and David Phillips

Young Cambridge Science Festival winner claims his prize

11 June 2012

Professor David Phillips, the president of the Royal Society of Chemistry, congratulated youngster Toby Lock at Thomas Graham House on winning the RSC's competition