Chemistry Means Business

As some of the UK’s pioneering talent prepares to gather in London at our Chemistry Means Business event, our director of science and communities, Jo Reynolds, looks at the threat posed by uncertainties surrounding the Brexit deal to this pipeline of new ideas

Diversity is an economic imperative

Chi Onwurah MP, Shadow Minister for Industrial Strategy, Science and Innovation and chair of the new All-Party Parliamentary Group on Diversity and Inclusion in STEM, outlines her ambitions to realise a truly diverse and inclusive science sector.

Leading by example

Professor Nick Norman, former Head of Chemistry at the University of Bristol and current Chair of Heads of Chemistry UK, outlines some of his thoughts on tackling gender inequality in academia.

One way to help a fellow chemist: Prizes and Awards 2019

Nominations are now open for our prizes and awards 2019. We hear from Professor Duncan Bruce, chair of the Awards Working Group, on how the process works and why everyone should consider nominating someone.

Over the horizon

Our director of science and communities, Jo Reynolds, outlines our position on Horizon Europe, a planned seven-year science funding programme to enable Europe's scientists to work together from 2021-2027.

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