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Chemistry World Book Club podcast – Sorting the beef from the bull

22 June 2016 Podcast | Monthly

This month we discuss the ubiquitous nature of food fraud and its detection

EU referendum

22 June 2016 News and Analysis

What will the consequences be for science?

The element makers

16 June 2016 Feature

The periodic table has now grown to 118 elements. We met some of the people who make them to find out how they do it, and what they will be doing next

The chemistry of cosmic dust

15 June 2016 Review

Grain harvest

Flashback: 25 years ago

1 June 2016 Flashback

Chemistry takes the catwalk

June 2016

1 June 2016 Letters

Readers' thoughts and feedback

Transportation of chemicals for small businesses

26 May 2016 Webinars

An overview of the factors SMEs need to consider when transporting chemicals and dangerous goods including best practises, regulations and choosing a supplier

Chemistry World Book Club podcast – Scientific paper writing

11 May 2016 Podcast | Monthly

This month, we discuss how to write quality scientific papers

May 2016

1 May 2016 Letters

Readers' thoughts and feedback

Flashback: 15 years ago

22 April 2016 Flashback

A blue plaque for crystallographer John Desmond Bernal

Chemistry World Book Club podcast – Why science is sexist

18 April 2016 Podcast | Monthly

This month we discuss unconscious bias and other reasons why science is sexist

April 2016

5 April 2016 Letters

Readers' thoughts and feedback

25 years ago: Papers on disk

4 April 2016 Flashback

A survey revealed researchers' willingness to use e-mail and submit journal papers electronically

Toxicity is a hazardous waste

30 March 2016 Comments

We must teach students how to avoid environmental impact rather than accept itas an inherent part of chemistry, argues John Warner

Chemistry World Book Club podcast – Elements of Power

10 March 2016 Podcast | Monthly

This month we learn of the problems that arise from mining rare metals in David Abraham's The Elements of Power

Social media: practical tools for business to business marketing

9 March 2016 Webinars

Learn how your business can use social media to generate leads, stay closer to your customers, and promote your business

Come to the Chemistry World communication competition live final

9 March 2016 News and Analysis

Register now to be in the audience in the Faraday lecture theatre on 21 March

March 2016

1 March 2016 Letters

Readers' thoughts and feedback

What are you worth?

29 February 2016 Careers

Find out how your wage packet compares with the results of the latest Royal Society of Chemistry pay and reward survey

Flashback: 25 years ago

18 February 2016 Flashback

The Royal Society of Chemistry's second Alfred Bader award was given to Dudley Williams

Chemistry World Book Club podcast – Adventures in the Anthropocene

12 February 2016 Podcast | Monthly

This month we consider the dawning of a new epoch as we discuss Gaia Vince's Adventures in the Anthropocene

February 2016

9 February 2016 Letters

Readers' thoughts and feedback

Flashback: 20 years ago

3 February 2016 Flashback

Zeneca brought puree from genetically modified tomatoes onto UK supermarket shelves

EU funding: how to make a successful application

29 January 2016 Webinars

This webinar will introduce EU funding available to SMEs through Horizon2020, the SME instrument, and Eurostars