Report reveals whole lifecycle approach needed to improve £4bn composites sector
14 March 2023 110,000 tonnes of composites are produced in the UK every year – but recycling is a problem with just 6% of these materials reused.
Venture Mentoring scheme launched to boost deep tech start-ups as part of RSC’s Change Makers initiative
13 March 2023 Established entrepreneurs and industry experts in the chemical sciences sphere will share wisdom with high-potential businesses through our free specialist support programme.
RSC launches two new interdisciplinary journals with a focus on applied science
15 February 2023 The publications' editors-in-chief express excitement on the unveiling of a pair of new Gold Open Access journals, RSC Applied Interfaces and RSC Applied Polymers.
National Apprenticeship Week shines light on benefits of vocational training
6 February 2023 Employees and workers are harnessing the power of apprenticeships to set themselves up for the future.
Young voices encouraged to share sustainability solutions in global essay competition
3 February 2023 The contest is open to anyone under 35 and the best entries will be published in one of our new journals.
New digital platform improves experience of reading RSC eBooks
25 January 2023 This upgrade has been developed with the needs of RSC members' needs in mind and offers several key benefits to researchers.
2022 #Photochimica competition winners revealed
17 January 2023 Photographers were challenged to send in pictures based around the theme of chemistry in everyday life.
Going Digital with Chemistry World
10 January 2023 We’ve provided members with the opportunity to help us reduce our footprint by unsubscribing from the print edition of Chemistry World and accessing the magazine digitally.
Time to reboot your professional development?
9 January 2023 We’re doing everything we can to support you and your professional development for 2023, so we’ve collated advice for you to consider when you set those new goals for yourself.
Every positive change makes a difference
5 January 2023 Professor Andrew Burrows has been leading on changes to research and teaching labs at the University of Bath, aimed at reducing the environmental footprint of research. He says that robust data will be key for improving sustainability across the board.
An open minded approach to sustainable labs
4 January 2023 Professor Helen Sneddon was instrumental in the creation of our Sustainable Laboratories report. She tells us about her experiences in implementing sustainable lab practices, and emphasises the importance of teamwork and knowledge-sharing.
Thousands learn about sustainability during eventful Chemistry Week
19 December 2022 Schools, colleges and universities across Britain came together to celebrate the power of science with a series of special Chemistry Week activities.
Crossing continents and convening taskforces – a life in chemistry
Professor Anju Massey-Brooker is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Chemistry with multiple awards in academic research and industry and has recently accepted the roles of member and secretariat for the RSC’s Sustainable Polymers in Liquid Formulations (PLFs) Task Force.
Nominations are now open for key Royal Society of Chemistry posts
1 December 2022 Make your mark on the chemistry community by taking a leadership role with us.
BEIS grant announcement tops off inclusivity celebration on LGBT+ STEM Day
1 December 2022 LGBT+ Physical Sciences Network members were surprised with news of a new inclusivity research grant scheme during an LGBT+ STEM Day workshop.
Science and the Parliament: A spotlight on Scottish innovation
Politicians and scientists from across Scotland flocked to Edinburgh for the return of a special one-day event – with innovation top of the agenda.
It’s time to celebrate this year’s Education Prize winners!
22 November 2022 Today we're proud to be announcing the winners of 12 Education Prizes – inspirational teams and individuals from across chemistry education.
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