The best way to get the most out of being a member is to get involved:
- Meet other members at RSC conferences, meetings and events
- Develop your networking skills and personal contacts
- Help us to promote the chemical sciences worldwide.
Become a member of this highly interactive online community. You will be required to register but do not have to be a member of the Royal Society of Chemistry
Further information about the winners of the IYC Challenge Competition
Networks in the UK and Republic of Ireland
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
Based within the Department of Chemistry at the University of York
Act as the main point of contact between the RSC and our members in the workplace
Find out more about becoming an Ambassador and inspiring young people in the chemical sciences.
The Network that supports women throughout their career.
Find your Region
Find out more about activities in the 9 UK RSC regions
The RSC promotes the chemical sciences and supports members worldwide
The RSC has become increasingly active internationally, with conferences, workshops, an expanding international publishing business and growing global membership
Students and Younger Members
The Royal Society of Chemistry network for 14-18 year olds studying chemistry
Find out how the RSC supports Student Chemical Societies
Provides a focus for the interests of members in the early stages of their career.
Are you involved with RSC events?
You can request a letter if you are involved within the RSC’s Boards, Committees, member networks or if you have helped organise a specific RSC event
Grants available to RSC member groups to promote chemical science
Monthly updates from the RSC Networks Team for RSC members
Information packs available to all RSC members providing details on how to run specific events and hands-on activities.
These training packs will cover things from undertaking officer positions on RSC committees to learning about changes to legislation