Chemistry for Tomorrow's World
The Royal Society of Chemistry is committed to meeting these challenges head on. The RSC has identified where the chemical sciences can provide technological and sustainable solutions, and are promoting action and awareness in these areas.
Areas in which the chemical sciences can support change
Details of upcoming policy events
How fundamental research underpins the RSC's roadmap objectives.
To ensure progress is made, 10 challenges are already being promoted
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08 April 2013
Multidisciplinary research, bringing together scientists and engineers from different fields will facilitate the collaborative effort needed to meet these challenges.
10 October 2012
Chemistry for Better Health summarises the outcomes of the third annual CS3 in September 2011, which focused on advances in chemistry for modern medicine.
How Can Materials Chemistry Help? A white paper from the Chemical Sciences and Society Summit (CS3) 2010
The annual CS3 summit brings together the best minds in chemical research from around the world
The ACS and RSC have launched an alliance to explore and communicate the challenges of sustainability.
Chemistry for Tomorrow's World Briefing Report with Top Ten Challenges
Published July 2009
Chemistry for Tomorrow's World Report with potential opportunities for the Chemical Sciences in 41 global challenge areas
Full Report published July 2009
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ACS/RSC Strategic partnership
The RSC is working together with the American Chemical Society to highlight the role of the chemical science in tackling the enormous challenges facing 21st Century society.
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