Analytical Division Strategy

The Analytical Division (AD) aims to promote and support analytical chemistry at all levels from public outreach and school education to the most innovative and cutting edge research in academia and industry. 

With a membership of over 10,000 scientists, the Division represents a considerable body of knowledge, expertise and experience in analytical sciences. This is reflected in the wide range of activities at local, national and international level undertaken by Division members. 

With this in mind the Division has identified the following Strategic Priorities to guide its activities over the period 2013 – 2017.  These are outlined in full in the downloadable AD Strategy document. 

Strategic Priorities

  1. Community: Strengthen the voice of the analytical chemistry community
  2. Member Engagement: Communication with our members
  3. Skills: Education and skills
  4. Skills: Continuing professional development (CPD)
  5. Community: International Profile 

Analytical Division Strategy - Community: Strengthen the voice of the analytical chemistry community

How the Analytical Division is raising the profile of UK analytical chemistry

Analytical Division Strategy - Member Engagement: Communication with our members

How the Analytical Division is improving member engagement

Analytical Division Strategy - Skills: Education and Skills

How the Analytical Division is promoting analytical chemistry at school level education and beyond

Analytical Division Strategy - Skills: Continuing professional development (CPD)

How the Analytical Division is promoting training and professional development for analytical chemists in industry

Analytical Division Strategy - Community: International Profile

How the Analytical Division is strengthening the analytical chemistry community worldwide

Downloadable Files

Analytical Division Strategy 2013-2017
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Contact and Further Information

Dr Leanne Marle
Programme Manager, Science Division
Royal Society of Chemistry, Thomas Graham House, Cambridge Science Park, Milton Road, Cambridge, CB4 0WF
Tel: 01223 432313