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Our Awards for Service and our Inspirational Member Awards recognise those who have gone the extra mile to support our work.
We welcomed current and future leaders from education and science to our London home, Burlington House, for an afternoon of talks, conversation and inspiration.
ChemSci Pick of the Week – Scientists in the UK have made great strides towards an environmentally-friendly way of generating hydrogen – a zero-emission fuel.
The chemistry department at Newham Collegiate Sixth Form Centre has won the Royal Society of Chemistry President’s Award 2018.
Pupils from Gordon’s School – who previously brought you the ‘Chemistree’ grown from copper and silver nitrate crystals – have risen to a new challenge.
There are 118 elements in the periodic table, each with their own unique properties, and each with their own chemistry. For many years chemical scientists have worked to identify each element, along with their unique characteristics and behaviour.
Dr Sara Shinton, head of researcher development at the University of Edinburgh, shares her perspective on our recent workshop investigating mental health in the research community.
On Friday 11 May, we held a workshop with early career researchers to investigate how we can improve mental health across the research community.
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