As Australia's peak body for chemical sciences, we offer a range of membership types to suit students, professionals, schools and organisations.
As a RACI member you are part of a globally recognised organisation, benefiting from career and professional advancement through to wide-ranging opportunities to connect and network.
As an RACI member, you can join State Branches and special interest Divisions. State Branches run programs of events to meet a range of local needs including education, industry, professional development and social events. Divisions are special interest groups which aim to promote and advance their individual areas of chemistry in a member community.
You deserve to be recognised for your achievements, so as an RACI member you are eligible for National, State and Divisional Student Awards and funding opportunities. Members also enjoy reduced rates at RACI-sponsored conferences and many more events.
Stay up-to-date on research, international news, CPD, education and more through the RACI website and email alerts. Our member directory provides the opportunity to network with chemistry professionals in Australia and internationally.
We offer a range of memberships to suit all needs. For more details simply click on the membership type below that best represents you. As a member of the RACI you will be part of a prestigious institute recognised throughout the world.
Ideal for students studying at a Certificate, Diploma, Undergraduate, Honours, Masters or PhD level in a chemistry-related course in Australia.
Ideal for chemical science professionals wishing to access discounted events, participate in networking opportunities, volunteer, and advance their career development.
Ideal for primary and secondary schools looking for discounts to RACI initiatives, access to educational resources, networking, and professional development opportunities.
Ideal for organisations that wish to promote their products and services, gain access to the latest knowledge and information, and take advantage of networking opportunities.
The Associate Membership is perfect for individuals who have an interest in chemistry and are keen to expand their industry networks.
As a new member, RACI has helped me to enlarge my network with professional chemists along with an opportunity to meet possible lifelong mentors. RACI membership has brought me a good level of professional status among colleagues and peers. RACI is one of the actively engaging groups in Australia and has provided opportunities to participate in guest lectures, career-building workshops, chemistry webinars, and working committees.
I first joined the RACI as a postgraduate research student in 2012 to attend the Student Physical Chemistry Conference. Since then, I have found colleagues from all over Australia and enjoyed publishing and promotion opportunities for my research, early career workshops, and seminars from all areas of chemistry. I recommend a RACI Post Graduate membership to any chemistry postgraduate students I talk to. Participating in the collective voice and have an impact on policy, advocacy the chemical community is an invaluable, rewarding, and essential part of career development.