Are you working on new technology related to health, energy & environment, food & drink or materials & enabling technologies?
Cambridge Regional College and the Royal Society of Chemistry have signed a new collaboration, agreeing to work together to support the development of the chemical sciences in further education.
Cambridge-based chemical scientists have been presented with awards from the Royal Society of Chemistry, for their contributions to chemistry in industry.
If you are ready to take your chemistry-themed technology to market and would benefit from commercial support from a multinational company as well as £20K investment, Emerging Technologies 2016 is the competition for you.
Every company working in the chemicals sector must comply with the regulations that affect their business. If you produce or use speciality chemicals regularly, consider attending the Introduction to Regulatory Affairs course.
Grants from the Royal Society of Chemistry of up to £20,000 - to fund a chemistry student during their placement year in a chemically based SME - are open for application. The deadline is Monday 9th November.
A University of Cambridge spin-out which developed a ground-breaking method for drug discovery this week showcased its work in Parliament, as part of a national campaign run by the Royal Society of Chemistry and Institute of Physics.
The University of Cambridge scored highly in the Royal Society of Chemistry’s annual Emerging Technologies Showcase this week, which saw more than 200 technologists, scientists and academics attend a day of talks and pitches at Burlington House.
The UK general election taking place on Thursday 7 May will have a big impact on the issues that the chemical science community cares about.
The top prizes in the chemistry session of SET for Britain all went to young scientists working on research that may help medicine in the future
The Royal Society of Chemistry would like to invite you to participate in a careers survey (which closes this Friday (December 5) to understand more about how students and recent graduates, as well as more experienced employees, view careers in different sectors.
Cambridge will be well represented at the final of the Royal Society of Chemistry’s Emerging Technologies Competition next month. This is the biggest competition of its kind in the UK, set to facilitate commercialisation of the best British technologies in chemical, life and materials sciences.
Application is now open for the Emerging Technologies Competition, organised by the Royal Society of Chemistry to support innovation in chemical, life and materials sciences. It is open to individuals or teams working either at university, public sector research organisations or small companies based in the UK.