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Our Sponsors

Would you like to sponsor Warwick ChemSoc?

Warwick ChemSoc are proud to be supported by our sponsors. To learn more, click on the logos below. 

The Royal Society of Chemistry


"With more than 51,000 members and an international publishing and knowledge business we are the UK’s professional body for chemical scientists, supporting and representing our members and bringing together chemical scientists from all over the world.

A not-for-profit organisation with a heritage that spans 170 years, we have an ambitious international vision for the future. Around the world, we invest in educating future generations of scientists. We raise and maintain standards. We partner with industry and academia, promoting collaboration and innovation. We advise governments on policy. And we promote the talent, information and ideas that lead to great advances in science.

In a complex and changing world, chemistry and the chemical sciences are essential. They are vital in our everyday lives and will be vital in helping the world respond to some of its biggest challenges.

We are committed to promoting, supporting and celebrating inclusion and diversity. We understand that the success of our community depends on our ability to nurture the talent of the best people regardless of who they are or their background.


We’re working to shape the future of the chemical sciences – for the benefit of science and humanity."


For more information about the RSC, read more on their website here


The Department of Chemistry, University of Warwick


"Warwick Chemistry is one of the top departments in the UK and is an international centre of excellence for the Chemical Sciences. Our research, and research-led teaching, spans the full range of traditional subdisciplines as well as several exciting interdisciplinary themes.
We are actively engaged in multidisciplinary research programmes across the Warwick campus and with other universities, research institutes and industry both nationally and internationally. The University continues to invest heavily in the Department’s physical infrastructure and academic resources, which has led to significant growth in academic staff numbers, and cutting-edge research.
The excellence of our research is demonstrated by Warwick Chemistry holding one of the largest EPSRC Research Grant Portfolios of any UK University Chemistry Department. In teaching, we have a full-time ‘Director of Student Experience’, and completely refurbished teaching laboratories."
To find out more about opportunities to study in the Department, read more on their website here.
British Coatings Federation
The British Coatings Federation (BFC) is the sole UK trade association representing the paints, printing inks, powder coatings and wallcovering industries. With over 300,000 workers using its member' products in the UK, the BFC represents the interests of its members by promoting the industry, influencing new legislation, providing regulatory support, and helping to recuit and train the next generation of talent. Their new office is located in Westwood Business Park in Coventry which puts them at the heart of the country, as well as adjacent to the University of Warwick. 
For more information, visit their website here
Warwick Materials GRP
Warwick Materials Global Research Priorities (Materials GRP) is a collatboration between over 100 researchers from over 10 different physical and engineering science departments, including Department of Chemistry. Established in 2013, this multi-disciplinary group aims to join up research to assist in the understanding and applications of materials involved in a wide variety of fields, including (but not limited to) electronics, polymers, catalysis, energy and biomaterials.
This year, ChemSoc is teaming up with EngSoc and PhysSoc to produce a series of videos for Materials GRP, in which we hope to promote research at Warwick to industry, researchers, students and the general public by showcasing different research groups and their members
For more information, visit their website here
Department of Chemistry
Warwick GRP
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