Science and Education
Creating a Better Future
The RSC education programme supports chemists throughout all levels of education, providing innovative online resources and outreach activities for students and continuing professional development for teachers. We are committed to creating a bright and enthusiastic generation of chemists equipped to solve the problems of the future.
The RSC launched Chemistry for Tomorrow's World: A Roadmap for the Chemical Sciences in 2009 which details global challenges such as climate change, water sustainability and renewable energy that are facing the chemical sciences in the future. This document has helped the RSC to focus resources on these specific areas and work with industry and government to tackle the challenges that lay ahead.
By supporting Science and Education you can help the RSC to not only fund innovative educational projects but provide resources to help influence policy and make decisions that will impact society now and in the future.
"This is a very exciting time for scientists who can use their expertise, enthusiasm and vision to address the global challenges that we now face. Let us ensure that future generations enjoy a life of quality and beauty by the intelligent application of chemical knowledge."
Professor Dave Garner CChem FRSC FRS, former President of the RSC
Find out about our full range of activities to support chemical scientists of all ages.
A key role of the RSC is to influence and guide policy through strong Parliamentary links and partnership with the chemical science community
How can the chemical sciences provide technological and sustainable solutions to the problems faced by tomorrow's world? See the RSC's roadmap for the Chemical Sciences.
RSC Donation Form
If you would like to give a gift to the RSC please complete the donation form and return it to the Development Department.
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Contact and Further Information
Head of Strategic & Commercial Partnerships
Royal Society of Chemistry, Burlington House, Piccadilly, London W1J 0BA
Tel: +44 (0) 20 7440 3316