RSC Keynote – Chemistry: a catalyst for change

Speaker: Professor Gill Reid, President-Elect of the Royal Society of Chemistry (2020 – 2022)

RSC President-elect Gill Reid is a long serving member of the chemical science community and a passionate advocate for our discipline. As she embarks on her two year presidency with the Royal Society of Chemistry, join this session to discover the opportunities she sees for our sector and the priorities she has for her time as President.

Time: Wednesday 11th May from 13.40 to 14.00 on Stage 2

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RSC Members’ Networking Reception

The RSC will be hosting a members reception on the RSC Networking Area at 5pm on Wednesday 11th May.

RSC President-Elect, Gill Reid, will be attending, and the team are really looking forward to sharing a drink and having the chance to chat with their members, face to face.

If you are an RSC member and would like to attend, please could you:

  • Register for your CHEMUK 2022 Visitor pass to gain access to the show floor
  • Submit a few additional details through the RSC Event page by clicking the button below
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RSC SME Showcase featuring Stoli Chem and Barton Blakeley

Hosted by Andrew Waterworth, Industry Engagement Manager at Royal Society of Chemistry

Hear from Stoli Chem and Barton Blakeley, who will talk about manufacturing flow efficiencies driving the sustainability agenda and how shifting CO2 from problem to solution by creating everyday materials from this greenhouse gas can equip all of us with the ability to accelerate towards net zero.

Time: Wednesday 11th May from 16.00 to 16.30 on Stage 1

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RSC Sustainability Panel Session

Whether it’s creating new technologies, enhancing recycling capabilities, or developing novel waste management solutions, Royal Society of Chemistry members are truly working at the cutting-edge to find the answers for a greener future. Join this panel session to discover the fantastic and innovative work RSC members are doing to make the world a better, safer, and more sustainable place for us all.

Time: Thursday 12th May from 11.00 to 12.00 on Stage 2

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