Tackling teacher shortages

Why aren’t there enough chemistry teachers? In the latest in a series of articles on RSC policy work, Annette Farrell from our education policy team considers some of the issues affecting teacher recruitment and retention in the UK.

Advocating education

As part of our series on RSC policy advocacy work, Education Policy Manager Danièle Gibney highlights some of the big themes coming up in 2020 – including T-levels, the Leaving Certificate, and qualifications at the age of 16 in Wales.

Restating the importance of mobility

As part of our series on our policy advocacy work, Tanya Sheridan looks at the UK’s future immigration system and how it can be improved – and what the RSC is doing to better understand the UK chemical sciences workforce

Looking to the future

Our Senior Policy Advisor, Camilla Alexander-White, explains why government should give a high priority to chemicals regulation during the Brexit transition period.

State of play

On the eve of Brexit, our Policy & Evidence Manager Tanya Sheridan looks at the political landscape for the next 12 months

Heads of Chemistry UK: A Personal Perspective

A few months ago, Professor Nick Norman came to the end of his two-year tenure as Chair of Heads of Chemistry UK (HCUK). He gives us a personal perspective on matters affecting university chemistry departments in the UK.

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