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.

Making the most of maths

Professor Tom Welton, Professor of Sustainable Chemistry at Imperial College London and president-elect of the Royal Society of Chemistry, speaks to us about the future of chemistry, as he sees it.

Getting science on the political agenda

With the general election approaching on 12th December, the Royal Society of Chemistry wants to help make sure that all the parties and candidates have the best information on how to support the chemical sciences.

No deal, no thanks

With Brexit continuing to dominate the headlines, the debate rages on how and when the UK will leave the European Union. As an organisation, we have consistently made the case that leaving without a deal is the worst possible option for the chemical sciences.

Upholding scientific values

At the start of his term as Chair of the Professional Standards Board, Andy Rudge speaks to us about what professional standards means to him, and the role played by the Royal Society of Chemistry in maintaining those standards across the chemical sciences community.

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