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We live in a highly developed scientific world but there are many challenges still remaining to be solved and in which Chemistry will play a key role. The Royal Society of Chemistry has identified ten global challenges for the Chemical Sciences to ensure progress will be made where it matters most. For example, the impact of Chemistry in Health, Energy, Water and Air have been huge but work in all these areas still needs to be done in order to secure a bright future for generations to come. The lecture will explore topics in which Chemistry has succeeded in the past and where it can contribute in the future.

2nd October 2013

Large Chemistry Lecture Theatre
Cardiff University

President of The Royal Society of Chemistry

Vice-Principal and Head of the College of Science &

Engineering, University of Edinburgh

(Sponsored by The Royal Society of Chemistry South East  Wales Local Section. Open to RSC Members)

 Professor Lesley Yellowlees MBE FRSC FInstP FRSE   

Challenge Chemistry