Here is our guidance on using Royal Society of Chemistry websites, information on accessibility, cookies. You can also read more about our legal identity.
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Privacy & cookies
We are committed to protecting your personal information. This policy explains how we collect and use personal data, and safeguard the privacy of our users.
We are proactive in ensuring all our activities to advance the chemical sciences are accessible and inclusive for a diverse community. Our accessibility statement describes how we aim to achieve this through our websites.
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Our copyright and permissions page describes the terms of using copyrighted materials which exist on Royal Society of Chemistry websites.
Other legal information
Modern Slavery Act statement
We are committed to implementing and enforcing effective systems and controls to combat slavery and human trafficking, both within our organisation and by working with our suppliers to ensure they also have effective safeguards. Read our Modern Slavery and Human Trafficking statement to find out more about the measures we are taking.
Human Rights Policy & Code of Conduct for Associates
We are committed to acting ethically and with integrity at all times. To achieve this, the RSC has implemented and enforces effective systems and controls in all its business dealings and relationships throughout the world. Please read the above policy for more details.
Whether maximising the effectiveness of research and education, or facilitating policymakers to use scientific information, our goal is to shape the development of policy relevant to the chemical sciences.
We provide expert information and gather evidence in order to keep policy makers and the public informed and up to date on current scientific and education issues. We engage in policy decisions that impact on the quality of chemistry practised in a variety of contexts and careers, and that affect the quality of chemistry education at all levels. Visit our Policy pages to find out more.