The Analytical Science Community brings together members from across industry and academia with scientific and professional interests in analytical science. The Community allows members to stay informed of developments in the field, provides a forum for analytical chemists and scientists to exchange information and ideas, promotes skills and education in analytical chemistry.
We achieve this by:
- Organising an annual Analytical Research Forum
- Supporting community-led scientific meetings and workshops
- Recognising outstanding contributions to analytical science through our Prizes and Awards programme.
- Running the annual Schools’ Analyst competition with support from the Analytical Science Community Regions and funded by the Analytical Chemistry Trust Fund
- Producing Technical Briefs through our Analytical Methods Committee. These are published in Analytical Methods to keep the community up to date with technical information and developments in analytical science.
You can keep up to date with all our activities through our newsletter Analytical Matters.
Find out more about the Analytical Science Community including its strategy, history, and council members.
Explore highlights from past Analytical Science Community's activities.
Discover the work of the Analytical Science Community and get involved with our current activities.
Explore the wide range of resources available for the Analytical Science Community and for our Royal Society of Chemistry members.
Analytical Methods Committee
The Analytical Methods Committee (AMC) is the Committee of the Analytical Science Community that handles matters of technical importance for this Community.
Our prizes celebrate individuals and teams across academia and industry who are making a positive impact and achieving great things in analytical science.
How to Join
As an RSC member you can join as many subject communities as you wish. RSC Members (of any level) can become part of a subject community either by:
- subscribing directly to the subject community
- membership of an Interest Group that is part of the subject community
Members can select or remove subject communities and interest groups within their membership profile.
As a member of a subject community, you will receive communications so you can stay informed about major developments in your field such as funding, training, events and activities alongside calls to contribute to RSC programmes and policy work.
Contact and further information
- send Alessia an email