Urgent action needed on WEEE

Izzi Monk, RSC environment policy advisor, welcomes the Environmental Audit Committee's decision to shine a spotlight on the UK Government's inaction in dealing with waste electrical and electronic equipment (WEEE).

Approaching accessibility from the outside in

RSC Disability and Accessibility Specialist Emrys Travis discusses how taking a broad look at accessibility and inclusion can help address many of the barriers faced by individuals who need support.

Sustaining momentum in the quest for greener laboratories

Scientific research has shaped our world in more ways than we could possibly count, thanks to the innovative work carried out in laboratories globally. Now more than ever, researchers are playing a key role in the quest for a more sustainable future.

Assessing the Advanced British Standard

Following announcements of plans that amount to significant reform to the post-16 qualification landscape in the UK, Laura Daly reflects on the proposals for the Advanced British Standard (ABS).

Re-thinking recognition: three years on

Andrew Jeskins, Programme Manager for Awards and Prizes at the Royal Society of Chemistry, talks us through the latest round of updates to the RSC Prizes.

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