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Our 47,500 members come from diverse areas of the chemical sciences and are employed in a wide variety of professions worldwide.
The designatory letters of AMRSC, MRSC, FRSC signify to all that the holder is a professional chemical scientist, well qualified and subject to a rigorous code of conduct.
Holders of these letters are committed to the advancement of the chemical sciences and maintain high standards of competence and ethical behaviour.
To prospective employers, the RSC designatory letters confirm that the individual is not just qualified in the subject but committed to building a long-term successful career and this will be advantageous to the employer.
Benefits of becoming a member
The best way to get the most out of being a member is to get involved.
Our members have access to scientific information and exclusive discounts on books, journals, training events and conferences.
Members receive a monthly copy of Chemistry World - the international highly commended magazine and best way to keep up to date with the chemical world.
Networking opportunities at RSC events help our members to meet others in their specialist area. We also support our members throughout their career with professional guidance and advice.
Find out more about our designatory letters and what they represent
Chemistry World is distributed monthly to RSC members. With analysis articles, features, opinion columns and more - it's the best way to keep up to date with the world of chemistr...
RSC Members have access to a wide range of benefits and services which either assist in career development or save money on products and services
RSC News brings you the latest information on the RSC and its members. A digital version is available online
Our members are from diverse areas of the chemical sciences and are employed in a wide variety of professions.
A list of current RSC Honorary Fellows and their year of admission.