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Chemistry is everywhere

27th March 2013

RSC new Pinterest board explores the chemistry of everyday things and objects, challenging the perception that chemistry is confined to the laboratory

  • Benedict is worth... £96,546.79

    19th March 2013

    The results of the competition held at the Cambridge Science Festival

  • Conspiracy of hope

    5th March 2013

    Sir David King talks ahead of RSC nuclear debate

  • Tesco introducing DNA testing

    4th February 2013

    'About time!' say RSC and Association of Public Analysts

  • The modern Alchemist

    20th December 2012

    The Royal Institution's 2012 Christmas Lectures presented by chemist Peter Wothers have been broadcasted on BBC Four in December and are now available online

  • Non-animal test could spare 1 million mice

    5th November 2012

    The Royal Society of Chemistry today welcomed the implementation of newly-developed non-animal methods of testing for poisons in shellfish from the seas around Britain which has led to 14,000 mice being spared testing and death in 2012

  • Too red to be on the loose

    23rd August 2012

    Some chemistry insight into the brightly colour of the scarlet ibis escaped from the Edinburgh Zoo

  • Celebrating Berzelius

    20th August 2012

    24 new videos to celebrate the Swedish chemist who discovered silicon, cerium, selenium, and thorium

  • Geordie male duos have best TV chemistry

    1st November 2010

    A poll of chemists found the best and worst of TV presenter chemistry - now it's your turn!

  • Safety in numbers

    27th August 2010

    For all their bad press, chemicals with E numbers are mostly harmless

  • World's most attractive woman

    20th August 2010

    Even brass coins apparently stick to this magnetic mum

  • Drinking the stars

    13th August 2010

    The chemistry of the distinctive bubbles of champagne is almost entirely responsible for its vivid taste and aroma

  • Organic chemistry, naturally

    9th August 2010

    The RSC's offer of a £1million bounty for a 100% chemical free product has attracted the good, the bad and the downright ridiculous

  • A load of balls

    29th July 2010

    Which? Magazine declares washing machine eco-balls and dryerballs as "a waste of money", and the supposed science behind them leaves a lot to be desired too