This page provides information on getting involved in RSC activities, sources of funding, awards and networking.
From publications and resources to outreach activities and ambassador schemes, the RSC can help you get involved in a wide range of activities.
As an RSC member you can join our numerous Subject and Interest Groups and open up an array of networking opportunities. This is a great way to make new contacts and further your career.
Use the links on this page to access information about the benefits of RSC membership and ways to get involved.
A HEFCE/ HEFCW-funded programme aimed at widening participation in STEM subjects in higher education
Use this link to find out about funding opportunities
Rewarding excellence and dedication
Opportunities for students and postdocs to work in local schools and colleges
RSC travel grants, discounted conference fees and great prices on books
There are 35 Local Sections throughout the UK and the Republic of Ireland
Divisions and Groups play an important role in contributing to the support of the chemical sciences
Get involved! Meet other members, discuss your specialist interests and develop your networking skills
The RSC organises a broad range of events to promote a positive image of the chemical sciences though public and policy events, educational activities and training courses
A vital toolkit of 30 imaginative workshops covering 9 modules, linked with the National Curriculum for anyone who is concerned with helping students cope with their finances.
International Union of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology
Teaching metabolism? This useful website has maps of key metabolic pathways, the chemical structures of intermediates and other useful information
UK Association for Science Centres
Listings for all things science related - from conferences, to educational resources, museums and publications
Planning a day out? Visit this online guide to science centres in the UK for ideas and inspiration!
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Contact and Further Information
Royal Society of Chemistry, Thomas Graham House, Science Park, Milton Road, Cambridge CB4 0WF
Tel: +44 (0)1223 432221
Fax: +44 (0)1223 423623