Research and project grants that support researchers in developing countries through purchasing specialised equipment and consumables.
This scheme provides a funding opportunity for early-career researchers from the broad discipline of natural sciences which includes biological and research and chemistry.
A webinar with inspirational talks on empowerment & personal development of early career chemists
The University of Warwick has a variety of excellent analytical facilities, some of which they are making available for free short-term projects globally
This scheme provides a funding opportunity for early-career researchers from any discipline who are ready to develop their research identity.
Announcing the 25 prize winners from our 4th annual online poster event.
Announcing the 25 prize winners from our 3rd annual online poster event.
A new look at an old reaction makes complicated molecules in a cost- and resource-efficient way, leading to greener ways to turn molecules into medicines.
One third of the global population use dangerous and inefficient cooking systems. 2021 Commonwealth Chemistry Posters prize-winner Uzma hopes her research will lead to access to sustainable, affordable, clean energy for every Pakistani home.
Downloadable resources available in multiple languages – including Arabic, Hindi, Malay, Swahili, Yoruba, and many more spoken in Commonwealth nations – designed to be easy to do at home, in a classroom, or at a local festival by chemists or non-chemists.
The growing appetite for dairy-free products has seen a rise in the number of plant-based milks on offer in recent years. Consumers are seeking healthier, more sustainable, and more ethical alternatives to current plant- and animal-based foods.
Collaboration between the University of Edinburgh & Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur progresses our understanding of photocatalytic water treatment
We recognise that greater reuse of critical raw materials will help meet the increased demand and reduce reliance on new extraction of CRMs.
We recognise that Chemical pollution is an urgent, critical issue for humanity, on equal footing with biodiversity loss and climate change
Commonwealth Chemistry’s report presents the findings of our survey of early career chemists across the Commonwealth.
This article written by early career chemists provides support and guidance in scientific writing and publishing to early career chemists.
Taking Chemistry to Market, in collaboration with Chemistry World, covers what it takes to turn a great chemistry idea into a successful business.
Careers Conversations hears chemists from across the Commonwealth talk about their career journeys. From academia to industry, consultants to work in government.
The Commonwealth iLibrary offers wide-ranging research and knowledge to a variety of audiences, a key part of the organisation’s mission
This resource covers a variety of topics from online course design, to laboratory content and wellness to help chemistry education
Dr Leonard Gitu shares his knowledge of setting up their national chemical society and offers advice on what to consider to ensure a successful launch
In November this year the UK will host the United Nations Climate Change Conference – Conference of the Parties 26 (COP26). The Executive Board of Commonwealth Chemistry recognises the urgency for action on climate change and the role of chemistry in tackling issues related to climate change. While we acknowledge that climate change affects the whole planet, Commonwealth nations are among those most affected.
A webinar on developing sustainable gender responsive pedagogy within higher education institutions in low-resource or low-infrastructure environments
The Directory of Open Access Journals (DOAJ) is a community-curated online directory that indexes and provides access to high quality, open access, peer-reviewed journals.
Relevant to all chemical scientists, this webinar will equip you with valuable tips on how to market yourself effectively to employers
This e-book provides advice and guidance on how to adapt to remote and virtual teaching of university courses, from communication to wellness
The chemical sciences loses more talented women from the profession than any other scientific discipline. This staggering fact is compounded by an even deeper problem: cultural and educational barriers rob many young girls and women of the opportunity to study chemistry and follow…
The webinar addresses the psychology behind isolation, its impact on mental health and how building meaningful connections can help create a sense of belonging
The potential of nanotechnology in aiding biomedical research – developing nanosensors for bio application as a cheaper way to detect disease
The webinar would be of interest to anyone in the chemical sciences interested in developing their resilience to change and uncertainty