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Member volunteers joined our South East education coordinators to spend a day illuminating, entertaining and informing hundreds of travellers at London Paddington station.
The element selenium was discovered 200 years ago. We spoke to the editors of a new book entitled 'Organoselenium Compounds in Biology and Medicine', about the history of selenium research and why it’s so vitally important.
The 2017 IUPAC World Congress was held in São Paulo, Brazil, and brought together chemical scientists from all over the world.
Chenyang Xing and his coworkers at Shenzhen University explain what knights being attacked by thunderbolts has to do with phosphorus chemistry.
An international team of scientists have designed a water treatment system that can remove the harmful chemical BPA from water with 99% effectiveness – as published in our journal Green Chemistry.
On a hot sunny Saturday in July, ten volunteers, all members of the Royal Society of Chemistry, arrived at our stand in the Funlab at Cambridge’s Big Weekend.
Patricia Yang, from Georgia Institute of Technology, talks to us about the surprising science of poo.
Thursday 20 July saw hundreds of guests from around the world welcomed to Burlington House, on London’s Piccadilly, for our annual Summer Party.
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