You are eligible to become a Fellow of the Royal Society of Chemistry (FRSC) if you’ve been more than five years in a senior position, and your efforts have made an impact in any field of the chemical sciences.
I regard being a Fellow as recognition by the membership and officers of the Royal Society of Chemistry that I have attained a high professional standing not just within chemistry but also to the wider community.
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Annual prizes and awards
As a Fellow (FRSC) you are eligible to be nominated, and to nominate others, for our annual prizes and awards.
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