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Exploring the space economy


In the words of Jean-Luc Picard, ‘things are only impossible until they are not’

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How to podcast


Five tips for developing entertaining episodes

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Interactive science communicators make work fun


Careers in inspiring the public

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Publicly criticising employers is a valid way to raise concerns


Workplaces won’t improve unless people are able to speak up about their experiences

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Why chemists should learn to code

2021-07-22T09:01:00+01:00By Gloria Bazargan

A valuable skill for tackling unique research problems

Get insight into the chemical scientist’s working day at some of the world's best known companies, plus advice and guidance on how to land the job of your dreams

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Fun with f-elements

Working with lanthanides and actinides may be challenging, but David Mills says the field is ripe for discovery

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From chemistry to referee

Kathryn Nesbitt left her professor post to bring her problem-solving skills to the pitch, and is breaking through barriers for women

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You’re worth it

Employers owe it to job candidates to ask about desired salaries

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The gender pay gap is not going away

Despite a variety of activities in industry and academia, women in chemistry continue to earn less than men