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.
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.
The Commonwealth iLibrary offers wide-ranging research and knowledge to a variety of audiences, a key part of the organisation’s mission
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.
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.