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A science teacher at Cambridge Regional College is in her element after coming up with the perfect yarn to celebrate science – a woolly iconic periodic table!
Sue Andrews used a grant from the IYPT Fund to take Mission Starlight to schools.
13 member volunteers, led by education coordinator Katayune Presland, braved wild weather at the Bluedot festival to carry out outreach activities with members of the public.
ChemSci Pick of the Week (VIDEO) – A team of scientists have produced an unusual bent lanthanide complex, which could one day have applications in the field of data storage.
The 2019 Nobel prize in chemistry has been awarded to John B Goodenough, M Stanley Whittingham and Akira Yoshino, for their pioneering work in developing lithium-ion batteries.
Tonicha Roberts – the first person without a degree to become a Reporting Scientist at testing laboratories company Eurofins – has brought home a medal from the prestigious WorldSkills competition, which was held this year in Russia
The RSC Local Section Deccan organized a science fair on the modern periodic table for school children – to commemorate 150 years of the periodic table.
Professor Andrew Cooper is the new editor-in-chief of our flagship journal Chemical Science. We caught up with him at the journal’s first ever symposium.
Yuri Oganessian, the discoverer of many chemical elements, and after whom the last element in the periodic table is named, came to our London HQ and left a visitor's signature with a difference.
The first ever Chemical Science symposium was held on 24–25 September at the Royal Society of Chemistry headquarters at Burlington House, London.
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