Chilterns & Middlesex


RSC Chilterns and Middlesex

Section No. 34

Welcome
The Section represents members in the north and west of London and parts of the adjacent counties of Buckinghamshire and Hertfordshire. Towns on the periphery of the Section include Slough, High Wycombe, Aylesbury, Watford and Enfield. The Section is one of the largest with a membership of over 2000.

We aim to:

  • communicate a better understanding of chemical science to the general public and promote the profession to young people
  • arrange programmes of local activities including networking events and, in so doing, act as a channel of communication between members and the RSC
  • recruit suitable candidates for membership, promote Chartered status and encourage members to 'upgrade' their membership when appropriate
  • foster good relationships with the RSC Forums and Interest Groups and, in particular, support the work of the Benevolent Fund in our locality.  

Careers evening and networking


28 November 2019, Library Suit and Council Room, Burlington House, London
17:00 - 22:00

Members of the Royal Society of Chemistry are invited to attend a careers evening and networking dinner on 28 November 2019, at 17:00-22:00, at the Library Suit and Council Room, Burlington House, London.

Attendees will enjoy a two course dinner with wine and tea/coffee and hear talks from, and be able to network with, one of our professional careers specialists as well as members from a diverse range of sectors.

Speakers - TBC

Registration will be released shortly on the RSC events site.


Chilterns & Middlesex Section Map

Chilterns & Middlesex Section Map. Shaded area shows the extent of the Local Section.


Downloadable Files

Annual Report 2018
Further information on events run by the Local Section committee
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Risk Assessment for RSC events

A risk assessment form must be filled out for every event organised by the RSC. All forms are available for download along with examples of Red Risk Assessment Forms .

Contact and Further Information

Mr Tom Keaveny MRSC
Secretary