Analytical Matters Spring 2022

Read the 22nd edition of the Analytical Division's e-newsletter, Analytical Matters. Analytical Matters provides news and events from across the RSC, the Division, Analytical Division Regions and Analytical Methods Committee.

Analytical Matters Autumn 2021

Read the 20th edition of the Analytical Division's e-newsletter, Analytical Matters. Analytical Matters provides news and events from across the Division, its Regions and Analytical Methods Committee alongside updates from relevant Interest Groups.

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Schools’ Analyst Competition

The Schools’ Analyst Competition took a different form in 2021, following on from an entirely virtual competition in 2020. This year 200 schools and colleges from around the UK and Ireland took on the challenge of identifying the contents of waste barrels found abandoned by a river in the fictional town of Allvale, all from the socially-distanced comfort of their own classrooms.

Celebrating our Analytical Division 2021 Prize Winners

Through its prizes programme, our Analytical Division celebrates the individuals and teams from industry and academic across all career stages who contribute to the advances in analytical science as well as recognises the novel discoveries in the field. See all 2021 prize winners.

Congratulations to our Analytical Research Forum 2021 Prize Winners

On 15 and 16 June 2021 the Analytical Division hosted it's flagship event, the Analytical Research Forum. The two afternoon sessions were packed with inspiring scientific talks and posters and we congratulated our event Prize Winners. Find out more about the event.

Dr Caroline Gauchotte-Lindsay speaks at the Analytical Research Forum 2021

The Analytical Research Forum (ARF) is the RSC’s Analytical Division’s flagship event. It's a unique event that allows PhD students and Early Career Researchers (ECRs) to present their work alongside world-class analytical scientist. This year’s event, held on 15-16 June 2021, included talks from across the UK and Ireland, as well as Environment, Sustainability and Energy Division (ESED) Council member Dr Caroline Gauchotte-Lindsay.

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Dr Alessia Millemaggi, Programme Manager, Science
Royal Society of Chemistry, Thomas Graham House, Cambridge Science Park, Milton Road, Cambridge, CB4 0WF
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