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We believe that chemistry plays a critical role in developing a sustainable future. Chemists have a special responsibility to develop those new products, resources and processes to make that happen. After 5 successful editions of the Elsevier Foundation Green & Sustainable […]

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Thank you for participating in the Elsevier Foundation Chemistry for Climate Action Challenge! The first stage of the submission process closed on September 1st. During the past weeks, our pool of experts worked to review the proposals. We’re proud to announce […]

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New Elsevier Foundation partnerships to focus on gender equality and climate change 2020 marked five years since the launch of the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and the start of the “Decade of Action” we have left to achieve them. For the Elsevier […]

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Apply today to the new Chemistry for Climate Action Challenge and win €25,000 for your research.

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We have partnered with the Gender Summit since its launch in 2011, supporting its mission to make gender equality in research and innovation the norm.

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How can open access #OA be more inclusive for low- and middle-income countries? Experts weigh in at the Academic Publishing in Europe conference.

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Recognition and visibility can make a world of difference to scientists just starting out.

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Through her research and science diplomacy, an environmental chemist is changing the narrative in her native Ghana.

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In Mongolia, the COVID-19 lockdown has created an usual problem for professors and their students.

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Her research focuses on the smallest of particles – but understanding them could ultimately lead to a better understanding the history of the universe.