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The University of Melbourne has won a Grand Challenges Explorations grant – an initiative funded by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation – for groundbreaking research in global health and development.
A total of 66 Royal Society of Chemistry journal board members have featured on the 2018 Highly Cited Researchers list from Clarivate.
Chemistry Week 2018 – Sir Jonathan North Community College in Leicester ran a series of fun activities for students during chemistry week.
Chemistry Week 2018 – Dr Joanna Buckley was invited to Gibraltar to speak to students about her passion for food chemistry.
Chemistry Week 2018 – Dr Simon Collinson, a lecturer at the Open University, ran a magical evening of chemistry outreach, including making slime and turning copper to 'gold'.
ChemSci Pick of the Week – Fluorescent gels made from metal organic frameworks can be tuned to emit almost any colour of light, by carefully selecting the metal ion used.
The National Space Academy organised an event at the National Space Centre for Chemistry Week, during which year 9 pupils found out about exciting careers that can come from studying chemistry.
Ann Hubbard ran a demo-packed session for her local U3A group during chemistry week, exploring the impact of chemistry on our everyday lives.
Dr Eileen Cheng, safety and facilities manager at Kings College London, spoke to us about her experiences of gender equality in chemistry throughout her career.
Dr Adam Levy, science journalist and YouTuber, created two climate chemistry YouTube videos looking specifically at the effects of methane and carbon dioxide.
Our first event to celebrate and champion technicians in education highlights how we can better support the unsung heroes of scientific research.
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