View all stories of the same content type.
Following the Covid-19 pandemic, is it time to rethink events for good?
Five tips for jumping fields seamlessly
Salary data suggests that perceived wage gaps in the chemical sciences are indeed present
Despite the disruption caused by Covid-19 and Brexit, most chemists remain positive about their prospects
Designing spectacular experiments is just one part of the fun Jemma Naumann has at work
There’s a wide variety of jobs that place the environment at their core
Workplace equality for gender and sexual minorities remains a pipe dream in Stem
The environmental impacts of working from home part of the week vary
A lot of research focuses on sustainability and climate change – but how much thought is put into making research itself more sustainable?
Researchers and funders are exploring ways to make large collaborative projects more successful
Five ways to make chemistry departments better places to work
The benefits and drawbacks of working or studying from home are not clear cut
How Matt Endean works to keep children safe in school chemistry laboratories
Are you working to your natural strengths?
In academic fields thought to require ‘brilliance’, women – and especially minority women – report greater feelings of professional inadequacy
Laws to keep work in working hours
A valuable skill for tackling unique research problems
In the words of Jean-Luc Picard, ‘things are only impossible until they are not’
Five tips for developing entertaining episodes
Careers in inspiring the public
© Royal Society of Chemistry Registered charity number: 207890
Site powered by Webvision Cloud