Celebrating diversity in the chemical sciences

13 November 2017, London, United Kingdom


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Report launch: Diversity Landscape of the chemical sciences

15 February 2018, London, United Kingdom


Introduction
Join us for the Royal Society of Chemistry’s celebration of diversity in the chemical sciences in recognition of Marie Curie’s 150th birthday.

We are bringing together voices from all across our community to celebrate the progress of the last 150 years, and discuss the challenges we still face in making chemistry fully inclusive. We will be joined by members of the University of York and Imperial College London, whose chemistry departments both hold an Athena Swan gold award.

The evening will consist of talks highlighting successes in diversity in our community, followed by a panel discussion on how we might foster culture change in STEM.

Our 175 faces exhibition will also be on display.

An informal dinner and networking will follow the discussions.​

It is free of charge to register.
Registration closes on the 6th November.

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Our diversity of the chemical sciences landscape report will be launched on the 15 February 2018
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The Royal Society of Chemistry

The Royal Society of Chemistry, Burlington House, Piccadilly, London, W1J 0BA, United Kingdom

Organised by
Professor Sue Gibson Imperial College London
Professor Duncan Bruce University of York
Professor Caroline Dessent University of York
Dr Ale Palermo Royal Society of Chemistry
Pip Matthews Royal Society of Chemistry
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