June 2011


Gove

RSC responds to Telegraph report on teacher training

27 June 2011

Professor Jim Iley responds to the Daily Telegraph's report that the brightest graduates will receive up to 20,000 to train as teachers



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RSC President welcomes Pfizer's decision to retain 350 jobs but warns of false dawn

24 June 2011

Professor David Phillips welcomed the news 350 jobs are to be retained in Kent, but sounded a note of caution



Robert Parker

Making the Grade

17 June 2011

A letter from interim CEO Robert Parker on GCSE reform appeared in the Times today



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Schoolchildren to test local water in world's largest-ever chemistry experiment

17 June 2011

A worldwide one-day experiment next week will provide a picture of the planet's pH levels



Marie Curie

There may never be another Marie Curie, RSC President warns

17 June 2011

We must inspire more girls to study science, Professor Phillips said last night in Paris



Stormont

Northern Ireland: merging local skills base with global enterprise

06 June 2011

Clean technology is an area the RSC would like to see expanded in Northern Ireland



Power station

UK should ignore German pledge to shut down nuclear reactors

02 June 2011

The president of the RSC has warned the UK government not to follow Germany and shut down its entire nuclear industry.



Books

RSC Publishing makes its entire eBook Collection available to RLUK research libraries

02 June 2011

The RSC has teamed up with Research Libraries UK to offer their library members RSC eBook Collection concessions.