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The launch of our ‘Diversity landscape of the chemical sciences’ report celebrated progress, identified areas for improvement and captured ongoing challenges in an engaging and lively discussion.
Ahead of the 2018 EuCheMS Chemistry Congress, we chat to plenary speaker Christopher Dobson about the international nature of science and the cultural experiences it opens up.
We joined forces with the Institute of Physics to celebrate women working in the chemical and physical sciences for the UN’s International Day of Women and Girls in Science.
We're working with the curator of chemistry at the Science Museum to tell stories of historical chemical glassware. In week six, we're looking for your experiences of using eudiometers.
Two of our 175 faces of chemistry were nominated for the most influential British woman of the past 100 years, as part of a special series by BBC Radio Four’s Today programme.
A Christmas tree made of crystals of pure silver, grown from copper and silver nitrate, has won students from Gordon’s School in Woking first prize in an international competition.
Dr Shanlin Qiao, from Hebei University of Science and Technology in China, speaks us about his nanosized carbon-capture nets, and how his three-year-old niece helped him to come up with a striking Polymer Chemistry cover image.
Paul Lewis is to join the Royal Society of Chemistry as the new Deputy Chief Executive (Head of House) in March.
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