RSC at Online Information 2010

The Royal Society of Chemistry (RSC) will be on stand 316 at Online Information 2010, London, UK

Come and join the Royal Society of Chemistry (RSC) on stand 316 to:

  • discuss your chemical resource needs including Books/eBooks, Databases, Journals and Magazines
  • enter our daily competition
  • browse the NEW RSC Publishing Platform and ChemSpider, our FREE chemical structure and text-based search engine
  • find out what RSC activities can help your researchers, students, academics, scientists and professionals in their research

RSC Presentation

Gemma Wood, Member Services Manager, RSC will be presenting:

Frame The Dialogue: Supporting Physical Networks Through Science 2.0

Gemma Wood, Member Networks Manager
  • DATE – Tuesday 30th November 2010
  • TIME – 14.00
  • LOCATION – Track Two: Harnessing Opportunity from the Social Web and ‘the Cloud’
  • TOPIC – Leading the Way: Techniques and Experiences for Social Media Success
  • N.B. Attendees to this presentation will receive a RSC memory stick – make sure your badge is scanned by an RSC member of staff when entering the presentation to reserve yours.

    Stand highlights to look out for:


    • RSC Roadmap for chemical sciences listing the various challenges that chemical scientists will need to overcome in order to bring about  a more sustainable, prosperous and healthly society
    • RSC Prizes & Awards: a celebration of excellence in chemical sciences
    • ChemCareers: the RSC online careers event 
    • Connect with MyRSC 

    The latest news and announcements from our publishing division:


    Our vision is to be the foremost in the world in promoting and developing the chemical sciences for the benefit of society.  As a not-for-profit organisation we are committed to investing in the advancement of science. Through our global membership, our journal and books publishing, and our events for chemical scientists, industrialists and policy makers, we are ensuring that an enthusiastic, innovative and thriving scientific community is in place to face the future.

    We look forward to seeing you there.

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