We're launching our new report on the diversity landscape of the chemical sciences on 15 Feb. Register for our FREE launch event to join a panel discussion on the main findings with our inclusion and diversity committee rsc.li/2BalS2m

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French chemist Marie-Anne Lavoisier was born #onthisday in 1758. The wife of Antoine Lavoisier, Marie-Anne worked alongside her husband in the laboratory, playing a pivotal role in the translation of several scientific works, which enabled her husband to keep up to date with current theories. She was instrumental to the standardisation of the scientific method https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Marie-Anne_Paulze_Lavoisier…

Marie-Anne Pierrette Paulze (20 January 1758 in Montbrison, Loire, France – 10 February 1836), was a French chemist and noble.[1] Madame Lavoisier was the wife of the chemist and nobleman Antoine Lavoisier, and acted as his laboratory companion and contributed to his work.[1] She played a pivotal ...

This year we have seen 21 new institutions opt into our Read and Publish scheme, which allows authors to publish open access in any of our hybrid journals. Have a look to see if this option is currently available at your institution: rsc.li/1LJqq22

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We were proud to support the LGBT+ STEMinar last week, hosted by the University of York, which brought together LGBT+ individuals from across STEM to share their research and discuss the challenges they face rsc.li/2DOEjwv

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Dozens of our Irish members got involved in organising events nation wide to celebrate #ChemistryWeek

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