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Are you on Facebook? Then why not support us by liking the Royal Society of Chemistry facebook page. We will post the latest news, events and exciting updates from the RSC. As well as news snippets we will make sure there are fun videos and fantastic pictures to entertain you as well! Did we mention the competitions? No...then you'd better become a fan quickly so you don't miss out!
We love to tweet our news stories, hot research articles, RSC updates and retweet news from others that we think will interest you the most. Follow us on Twitter and please tweet us back as we would love to hear from you.
We have a collection of RSC Twitter accounts for you to choose from, or simply follow all of them!
Would you like to network with like-minded professionals within the chemical sciences industry? Then join MyRSC, an online professional network from the RSC. There are groups and forums you can join which are valuable at all stages of your career. Join today and grow your knowledge and network.
Join RSC on LinkedIn to connect with like-minded individuals and quickly discover the most popular discussions happening right now, as well as job vacancies at RSC and elsewhere. Take an active part in top discussions by liking and commenting or simply start a new discussion.
Subscribe to the RSC YouTube Channel. We regularly post new videos and interviews here which gives you a great insight into RSC progress and news stories. Sometimes we post and highlight videos from others just because they are fun!
Discover what is happening at the RSC through our photos that we upload to the RSC Flickr stream. Each photo tells a story and captures the moments when the world of chemistry joins forces with the public. Explore how our International Year of Chemistry 2011 events are going in our gallery. We would love to hear from you, leave comments on our photos and tell us what you think!
Follow our Pinterest boards and discover the visual side of chemistry. From the creative covers of our books and journals to online exhibitors you'll be discover how chemistry is everywhere around us.
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