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Royal Society of Chemistry – About us

With more than 51,000 members and an international publishing and knowledge business we are the UK’s professional body for chemical scientists, supporting and representing our members and bringing together chemical scientists from all over the world.

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A career in toxicology

Hear from RSC member Vicki Stone talk about her role as a Nanotoxicologist.

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When Food met Pharma: Delivery Strategies for Nutraceuticals

With growing prevalence of lifestyle-associated diseases, including obesity, Type II diabetes and cardiovascular disease, there is an urgent need and demand to try to prevent the onset of these diseases within our growing population. Nutraceuticals, along with appropriate diet and exercise, may ...

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Everest Lab: The Science Of High Altitude Survival

What happens to your body when you push it to somewhere it’s not built to go – to the top of the world?With summit kit, interactive experiments & stunning videos from his trek to the highest lab in the world at Everest Base Camp, join TV & YouTube Science Presenter Greg Foot to find out.Greg will ...

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Explosives: the Past, Present and Future

Explosives have been part of our lives for many years with the first recording of an explosive powder being used in China in 220BC. In the 13th Century, Roger Bacon experimented with explosives by making black powder and by the end of the 13th Century explosives were being used by many European ...

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Antibiotics: past, present and a future?

In many ways the post war years were a golden era for modern medicine. As our knowledge and understanding of the plethora of microbes that cause infectious diseases steadily increased, it felt as if the common infections that had stalked humanity for millennia were being systematically ...

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Alkali metal roulette – reacting sodium and potassium with acid

Students generally make three requests after seeing the reaction of alkali metals with water: ‘Put in a bigger piece!’, ‘Can we see what happens with caesium?’ and ‘What happens if you do it in acid?’. Safety prohibits the use of bigger pieces, while cost and practical considerations prohibit the ...

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Four Brewers and a Pint of Science

Beer brewing is an age old activity, taking place since around the 6th millennium BC. Archaeological evidence even suggests emerging civilizations such as the ancient Egyptians and Mesopotamians brewed beer! Today, brewing is seeing a global resurgence on both a professional and amateur level, ...

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