In the countdown to our 175th anniversary, the RSC is celebrating the achievements of 175 diverse chemical scientists.
In the weeks before our anniversary on 23 February 2016, the RSC will feature 175 inspirational people who represent diversity in its broadest sense.
175 weeks to celebrate diversity in the chemical sciences
Find out what we look for in the nominees
RSC on Diversity
The RSC is involved in a range of activities to support diversity and encourage inclusion in the chemical sciences
"It's my aim to use the RSC presidency to promote equality and diversity issues, and this project will make an important contribution towards achieving this goal"
The Faces of Chemistry
Romeela Mohee is the first woman in Mauritius to hold the position of Dean of the Faculty of Engineering, at the University of Mauritius.
Ronald shares how his interest in chemistry led him down an unconventional path, from chemistry teacher to the founder of one of the UK's leading fireworks companies
Major Karl Plagge is chemistry's equivalent of Oskar Schindler. As a German Army Officer, he protected more than one thousand Lithuanian Jews during World War II.
Meet the inspirational scientists that help us showcase diversity in chemistry