Analytical Division


The Analytical Division promotes analytical chemistry and science by providing a forum for analytical chemists and scientists to exchange information and ideas. It organises meetings and via, the Analytical Chemistry Trust Fund, finances studentships, Schools Analyst competitions, awards, lectureships and VSO students.



Professor Duncan Graham

Analytical Division Council

Council members, strategy and Annual Report



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Information for Interest Groups

Join the RSC, information updates and RSC group handbook



Analytical Chemistry Trust Fund

Analytical Chemistry Trust Fund

The ACTF supports strategic Analytical Division activities. Trustees are elected members of the Analytical Division Council.


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Analytical Activities

Analytical Methods Committee, international, education, awards, groups, regions, other related links



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Analytical Events

Events of interest to the Analytical Science community



Analytical Science Network

Analytical Science Network

Early Career activities




Funding available from RSC Divisions

Information about the Small Grants for Scientific Activities

Scientific Meetings Grant

Funding of up to £2000 to support community-led scientific meetings You must be a member of the Division to be eligible for this grant



Information about Travel Grants for PhD Students and Post-doctoral Researchers

Travel Grants for PhD Students and Early Career Scientists

Funding to support participation by PhD students and early-career scientists in scientific meetings You must be a member of the Division to be eligible for this grant


Join the Division today

Division Membership
RSC members can join the Division by emailing our membership team. There is no additional charge for this membership.





Contact and Further Information

Dr Leanne Marle
Programme Manager, Science Division
Royal Society of Chemistry, Thomas Graham House, Cambridge Science Park, Milton Road, Cambridge, CB4 0WF
Tel: 01223 432313