Henry Orton - Westpac Future Leaders Scholar

“I have always been fascinated by biochemistry and the ambition to distil life down to its fundamental interactions,” RSC PhD student Henry Orton says.  “For

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Adam Mater - Westpac Future Leaders Scholar

Starting his PhD in February this year, Adam Mater is the latest RSC student to win a Westpac Future Leaders Scholarship.

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Apostolos (Lee) Alissandratos - CSIRO Future Science Fellowship in Synthetic Biology

Advances in technology have made detection of pathogens through DNA testing more effective and accessible in the fight to control and eradicate some of the m

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Installation of the Parr Sculpture

The Lenton Parr sculpture "Untitled" was installed in 1962 on the eastern end of the now-demolished Department of Chemistry building.

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Highlighting our Sculpture 'Translation'

The RSC celebrated its 50th anniversary with the unveiling of a special sculpture which now hangs in our main foyer.

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A New Fundamental Type of Conformational Isomerism

Isolable compounds displaying new fundamental forms of conformational isomerism were last discovered in 1914 (atropisomerism) and 1961 (hindered pyramidal in

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