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You asked and we listened. We are excited to announce the launch of our new CSci Accelerated workshops.  On 25th September, we will be running our first CSci Accelerated workshop in London...
The Science Council’s CPD Awards are back for 2019 to celebrate 5 years of excellence. Have you gone above and beyond to keep your CPD up to date? Think you have an outstanding CPD record? Consider...
The first Teaching Excellence Framework (TEF) results have been released. The TEF, launched by the Government in 2016 for a trial year, is a scheme that assesses undergraduate teaching at colleges...
The Science Council have opened their 2017 CPD Awards, which celebrate the professional development efforts of those registered as Chartered Scientists (CSci), Registered Scientists (RSci),...
As part of its Regulatory Fitness and Performance Programme (REFIT), the European Commission is undertaking a Fitness Check of the EU nature legislation, the Birds Directive and the Habitats...
The Science Council is offering Chartered Scientists the opportunity to attend an exclusive preview of The Theory of Everything, the new film about the early life and work of Professor Stephen...

Event

The CSci Accelerated workshop is for professionals who meet the criteria for Chartered Scientist. The aim of the workshop is to put all candidates through the full application process in one...

Job

Atkins is seeking a Principal Consultant with a strong technical, people, stakeholder and project management skillset to join the Air Quality & Emissions team. Atkins is one of the world’s most...

Profile

Roger Barrowcliffe has worked in the field of air quality for over 20 years, firstly with the (then) Central Electricity Generating Board and subsequently with Environmental Resources Management in...
Daniel is a PhD student and air quality consultant. His research focuses on the role aerosols have to the concentration of atmospheric oxidants. Most of his day is taken up performing experiments,...

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