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Teachers: Assess your students’ theoretical and practical knowledge of redox titration using this titration with wine!
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Royal Society of Chemistry Sep 24
Librarians and information specialists: Do you struggle to fit social media into your busy schedule? Turn social media into a valuable tool for you, your library and the people who should be using it with these top tops from fellow librarians.
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Royal Society of Chemistry Sep 24
Next year is – International Year of the Periodic Table – and have unveiled a unique, thought-provoking periodic table on endangered natural elements and the consequences this could have on the world around us. Head to for more info
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Royal Society of Chemistry Sep 24
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Jo Reynolds Sep 24
I’m in Liverpool for the Labour Party Conference, where Brexit comes into every debate and discussion. Aiming to persuade MPs of benefits of Horizon Europe association, easy movement of scientists between UK and EU and uninterrupted partnership with ECHA. ⁦
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Royal Society of Chemistry Sep 24
Teachers: Assess your students’ theoretical and practical knowledge of redox titration using this titration with wine!
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Royal Society of Chemistry Sep 24
We're very pleased to announce that we have expanded our agreement with – a third-party reviewer recognition service – across all of our journals. Find out more on our news pages...
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IOPDiversity Sep 24
IOP are hosting the 4th STEMinar along with all sciences welcome see for details of previous conferences on 11 January
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Royal Society of Chemistry Sep 24
Replying to @MillsRyder
Hello, we're sorry you saw this promotion too late. It was supposed to end the morning of the 22 September but due to human error carried on during the following day. Once again our apologies.
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Royal Society of Chemistry Sep 23
We're offering bursaries for early career researchers to attend the next IUPAC World Chemistry Congress and General Assembly in Paris, 5–12 July 2019. Apply now for up to £2000 towards your attendance.
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Royal Society of Chemistry Sep 23
Teachers: Embed the skills required for the transition to advanced level courses – check out the transition skills chapter in our Starters for Ten series. Expertly written by and
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Royal Society of Chemistry Sep 22
A new catalyst could capture and transform carbon dioxide – creating useful chemicals from a greenhouse gas.
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Royal Society of Chemistry Sep 21
34 volunteers brought chemistry to the largest cultural festival in Europe, earlier this year.
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Susan Vickers Sep 20
We don't know who the figure above 's door is, but we do know it was made by Samuel Samson, a Nottingham lace designer turned architectural sculptor. Visit us during to see if you recognise this person!
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Royal Society of Chemistry Sep 20
Apply for our Researcher Mobility Grants, supporting PhD students and early career researchers in academia or industry to undertake short to mid-term scientific visits overseas or in the UK. Closes 22 October.
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Royal Society of Chemistry Sep 20
A new catalyst could capture and transform carbon dioxide – creating useful chemicals from a greenhouse gas.
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Royal Society of Chemistry Sep 19
Librarians and information specialists: Do you struggle to fit social media into your busy schedule? Turn social media into a valuable tool for you, your library and the people who should be using it with these top tops from fellow librarians.
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Royal Society of Chemistry Sep 19
Come join us THIS SATURDAY at Burlington House! We're opening our doors as part of Open House London, along with the five other learned societies that occupy the Burlington House courtyard. It's totally free and no need to book or register.
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Royal Society of Chemistry Sep 19
A new catalyst could capture and transform carbon dioxide – creating useful chemicals from a greenhouse gas.
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Royal Society of Chemistry Sep 18
Teachers: Embed the skills required for the transition to advanced level courses – check out the transition skills chapter in our Starters for Ten series. Expertly written by and
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