Announcing the 2024 Commonwealth Chemistry Executive Board election nominees for President-Elect and Executive Board member
Neil Robinson and Isobella Stone write about their experiences at the first physical Commonwealth Chemistry Congress in Trinidad and Tobago in May 2023
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.
Meet our Elements of Commonwealth Chemistry – seven notable chemists representing the breadth of our community.
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
Unlocking the potential of early career chemists across the Commonwealth. Sustainable Chemistry Workforce report published by Commonwealth Chemistry.
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
The 2021 Commonwealth Chemistry Congress has a new virtual set-up and a programme to unite the chemical sciences community in addressing global challenges
Commonwealth Chemistry’s first President-Elect, Vicki Gardiner, formally takes up her role in May2021. Here, she shares her ambitions for the Federation
If you belong to a chemical society that is part of Commonwealth Chemistry, you will continue to receive unlimited access to Chemistry World in 2021
The potential of nanotechnology in aiding biomedical research – developing nanosensors for bio application as a cheaper way to detect disease
The small island of Barbados is home to Nikolai Holder – biochemist, humanist and Spiderman fan, who work focuses on crop production rate in Barbados