A lasting friendship

Celebrating 150 years of cooperation with the Gesellschaft Deutscher Chemiker – the German Chemical Society.

Resources for teachers

A teacher’s time is precious – they need to be able to find the most useful teaching resources, as quickly as possible. But how do we help?

Peer review: transparency, recognition, and listening to our community

This year’s peer review week – a global event that celebrates the crucial role of peer review in maintaining scientific quality – has the theme ‘Transparency’. We take a look at why peer review is important, what transparency in peer review means to us, and what we are doing to recognise our reviewers for their efforts.

Supporting teachers

Heidi Dobbs, Education Coordinator for the Midlands, explains some of the innovative ways that she and her fellow education coordinators support teachers to get the most out of the curriculum and the resources available to them.

Celebrating 200 years of selenium research

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.

Awards, art and a celebration of science

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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