November 2010


Richard Pike, Chief Executive of the Royal Society of Chemistry

UK faces choice between climate change and defence if lithium supplies are not developed

30 November 2010

Lithium consumption is increasing every year leaving a potential dilemma in the future



Students

RSC welcomes learned societies' increased role in education

24 November 2010

The RSC assesses today's white paper's true worth in reforming the UK's education system



Richard Pike, Chief Executive of the Royal Society of Chemistry

Back to basics for education regulation

23 November 2010

A letter from the RSC chief executive appeared in the Daily Telegraph today



A healthy glass of red wine

Glass of red wine a day keeps diabetes at bay

22 November 2010

A small glass of red wine a day is enough to provide diabetics with their daily dose of a drug needed to combat the disease.



School laboratory

Chemistry popular but good labs behind target, says report

12 November 2010

The National Audit Office has reported on the state of science education



Iain Gray MSP

Scottish economic recovery depends on science

10 November 2010

The leader of the Scottish Labour Party spoke at the RSC's Science and the Parliament event



Richard Pike, Chief Executive of the Royal Society of Chemistry

RSC chief executive appears on BBC BP documentary

10 November 2010

Dr Richard Pike was a senior manager at BP in the late 80s and early 90s



UnileverChina

China hosts Unilever-RSC International Symposium on Functional Materials Science

09 November 2010

Some of the world's leading scientists met in China for three one day meetings at three different locations.



Dr Richard Pike

British organisations missing out on Chinese surge towards new skills horizon

05 November 2010

Not enough are grasping the opportunities offered by the expansion of science in the People's Republic



Richard Pike, Chief Executive of the Royal Society of Chemistry

RSC chief executive decries 'incestuous' exam boards

04 November 2010

The editorial from leading national education magazine Times Higher Education quotes Richard Pike this week



The cheeky duo

Britain's chemists reveal Geordie men provide the best TV chemistry

01 November 2010

Ant and Dec were closely followed by the Hairy Bikers in an RSC survey to see which duo had the best TV chemistry