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Royal Society of Chemistry 13h
Are you a PhD student or early-career researcher? Our Researcher Mobility Grant supports you to undertake short to mid-term scientific visits overseas or within the UK. Apply before the deadline on 21st October 2019.
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Royal Society of Chemistry 16h
In this week’s , a team of researchers from in Germany demonstrates a more efficient way to turn hydrocarbon feedstock compounds into valuable fine chemicals. Read the full article for free here 👉
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Royal Society of Chemistry 18h
Chemical sciences researchers are now looking for answers to an incredibly broad range of questions. Our report has grouped the leading-edge questions that researchers are tackling. Discover what these groups are 👉
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Royal Society of Chemistry 19h
Less than 2 weeks until our next masterclass. Optimise the reach and visibility of your research with effective dissemination. Register your place now. 👇
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Royal Society of Chemistry Sep 14
Join us at the Mercure Exeter Southgate Hotel between 16 - 18 September for a 45-minute 1-to-1 consultation with our qualified career and professional development advisers 👉
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Royal Society of Chemistry Sep 14
Our Chemists’ Community Fund is here to help ease the pressure when things get tough. If you need support, our knowledgeable team and network of dedicated member volunteers will help guide you to the right advice. Learn more about this 👉
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Royal Society of Chemistry Sep 14
We can all help to save our . Hold off on upgrading your phone, laptop or tablet, pass your old ones on to a friend or a charity, or take your devices to your local recycling centre. What will you do? 👉♻️
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Royal Society of Chemistry Sep 14
High resolution imaging techniques are used to gain crystal-clear pictures of not just the rough outline shape and size of a virus, but of the specific molecular structure that it uses to harm people. Discover more with our report:
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Royal Society of Chemistry Sep 14
Who likes an artistic challenge? Join us in celebrating by designing our 2019 🎅 tweet your designs to us before 27 Sep - be as creative with the chemistry as you can! Visit our competition page for more info 👉
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Royal Society of Chemistry Sep 13
Every superhero book needs a side(kick)book.
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David Jesson Sep 13
Just looking at the Amazon sales of . Apparently it's never been less than a Top 10(%) book. Variable sales, but often Top 1(%)
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Mark J Whiting Sep 13
Does this make a sequel viable - every superhero book needs a sequel! Poised ready to do Adamantium.
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Nicolás Domke Venegas Sep 13
Conversation with the Leaders "Diversity, Inclusión and Leadership" with and from at
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Royal Society of Chemistry Sep 13
Hi Michael, Might I direct you to our free infographics by ... - you can print them off and have a giant display in your lecture hall. Check out example 👉
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Royal Society of Chemistry Sep 13
members – get tailored advice with in Exeter on 17 September such as maximising your Twitter profile. Some slots are still available. Book your place today 👉
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Dr David Boyce Sep 13
Forgive me for having a major scientific geek-out but I have just found Mendeleev's hand written letters suggesting the periodic table of elements and Joseph Priestley's airpump - with which he discovered Oxygen! All in
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LimehurstSci Sep 13
Year 10 and 11 skills groups solving a chemical crime
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Royal Society of Chemistry Sep 13
Join us on 28-29 October for our flagship industry-led event at You will have the chance to meet 40 early-stage companies showcase their technologies at Book now and find new ideas and innovations 💼 👉
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Greg Foot Sep 13
I'm really looking forward to reading this ⬇️ spoke with 750 leading scientists about what they think will help deliver sustainability and prosperity in the next 10-15 years. The result is :
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Royal Society of Chemistry Sep 13
Replying to @MOFSoton
Thank you Darren 😊 we appreciate and value experienced members of the science community taking an active stance in guiding future generations
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