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Royal Society of Chemistry 41m
Are you an NQT or do you know one? Our new mentoring programme for early careers chemistry teachers in the Midlands and East regions is available now. The next event is Tuesday 26th February in Leicester. Book here:
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Hi Jennifer, Our deepest condolences. We would like to send you a direct message. Please could you follow us so we can get in touch directly to you. Thanks, - Hiren
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Dr Bruce Lipshutz has been looking into ways to develop chemical reactions that are more environmentally friendly. His work is focusing on developing a new catalyst for Sonagashira coupling reactions 👉
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RSSL staff enjoying the table tennis tournament today! Good luck everyone!
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Half term fun at RSSL’s Science Roadshow today. Don’t try this at home!
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Beth and Kate 8h
These infographics would be great for revision or simply to decorate your classroom. IYPT promotional pack via
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Royal Society of Chemistry 6h
Our £28k Scholarship is there to help fund trainee Chemistry teachers. Come talk to us at our next train to teach event, which is Tuesday 26 Feb in Southampton.
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The International Exchange Awards gives an opportunity for researchers in the UK and Africa to receive a grant of up to £12K, which can help them network and collaborate with each other. Deadline for applicants is 13 March. To apply visit:
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Dr Katayune Presland Feb 19
If you’re doing anything for International Year of the Periodic Table don’t forget to tag and OR share your story via our online form 👉
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"My advice to participants is to make your poster as simple and effective as possible. Really get the take-home message across." - 2016 winner Helen Casey is on the scientific committee for this year's poster conference 👉
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Royal Society of Chemistry Feb 19
Our 300th Faraday Discussion yesterday at our London home, Burlington House discussing hot-electron science and microscopic processes in plasmonics and catalysis.
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Dr Katayune Presland Feb 19
I’m here National STEM Learning Centre for Scholar CPD course!
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Royal Society of Chemistry Feb 19
Thanks to and for supporting cash prizes for . Register now to be in with a chance of winning 👉
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Royal Society of Chemistry Feb 19
Boron is an important element for our laboratory because Boron trioxide is used to manufacture heat-resistant borosilicate glass, which we use in our labs. Artwork by
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Susan Weatherby Feb 19
Spending my birthday at the 300th Faraday Discussion. Birthday cake quite exceptional this year! Photo copyright Dwayne Heard
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Royal Society of Chemistry Feb 19
“But still try for who knows what is possible!” - Michael Faraday
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Royal Society of Chemistry Feb 19
We are proud to hear that our President of our Materials Chemistry Division, Molly Stevens, was elected Foreign Member of This is a fantastic recognition for outstanding contributions to engineering
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Royal Society of Chemistry Feb 19
Are you struggling in your career since graduating? Our Chemists’ Community Fund are able to offer support and assistance to members who have recently finished their studies and are still seeking for full-time employment
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Royal Society of Chemistry Feb 18
A team of scientists have created a new photocatalyst for water splitting with a lifespan of over 1300 hours.
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Compound Interest Feb 18
We’re four elements into the element series – more coming this week! So far we’ve had: Hydrogen ☀️ Helium 🎈 Lithium ⚡️📱 Beryllium 🛰 Keep up with the series here:
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