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At this year’s Chemistry Means Business, we celebrated the most recent organisations to successfully have their training and development accredited by us.
Over 200 delegates from SMEs, multinationals, universities, funding bodies, investors and supporting organisations attended Chemistry Means Business on 13 and 14 June.
Our education coordinators for North West England ran a stall at ScienceX, a science and engineering pop-up event at the Trafford Centre in Manchester, with the help of volunteer RSC members.
This year’s Medicinal Chemistry Residential School will take place next week. Andrew Davis, of AstraZeneca, and Simon Ward, of Sussex Drug Discovery, take a look through the course’s 33-year history, and why it is more relevant than ever.
Michael Leggett draws on his chemistry background to deliver lectures on astrochemistry to astronomers.
The RSC Manchester & District Local Section held its inaugural Gold Badge lecture in April. Local section secretary Christopher Blanford reports.
In the third edition of our India Newsletter, we cover all the latest news updates from the Royal Society of Chemistry's activities in India.
Sir John Holman engaged with a wide spectrum of Indian scientific research, education outreach and industry, during his first visit to the country since assuming the presidency.
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