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The Royal Society

6-9 Carlton House Terrace
SW1Y 5AG London
United Kingdom
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+442074512500
Fax
+442079302170

www.royalsoc.ac.uk/

Short description

The Royal Society, the national academy of science of the UK and the Commonwealth, is at the cutting edge of scientific progress. It supports many top young scientists, engineers and technologists. It influences science policy, it debates scientific issues with the public and much more. It is an independent, charitable body which derives its authoritative status from its 1400 Fellows and Foreign Members.

More about The Royal Society
  • News

    Ozone controls failing to protect human health and the environment

    Existing controls are failing to reduce the air pollutant ground level ozone to a level that protects human health and the environment, and climate change will make the challenge harder, warns a major new report from the Royal Society the UK national academy of science. The report Ground-l ... more

  • Events
    Conference
    22-03 – 23-03
    2017
    Newport Pagnell, GB

    Molecular Imaging and Chemistry: Defining the Future

    Satellite meeting organised by Professor David Parker, Professor Nicholas Long and Professor Stephen FaulknerBreakthroughs in molecular imaging require cooperation from scientists across many disciplines. At the heart of this work, chemistry researchers are working to design more effective ... more

    Conference
    21-03-2017
    Newport Pagnell, GB

    Challenges for Chemistry in Molecular Imaging

    Scientific discussion meeting organised by Professor David Parker FRS, Professor Nicholas Long and Professor Stephen Faulkner. After more than a quarter of a century of development, molecular imaging is on the cusp of achieving real breakthroughs in directly imaging metabolic change. This m ... more

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