Vol 43, No 6. Selected articles and reviews available online to all. Full issue available online to subscribers.
In response to the Quality Assurance Agency (QAA) for Higher Education, a group of academics and industrialists, led by the Royal Society of Chemistry (RSC), has produced a set of ...
Lisa Murphy, chemistry graduate from the University of Durham, has won the ICI-sponsored Top Chemistry Student award at this year's Science, Engineering and Technology (SET) Studen...
Bristol University's Dr Hal Sosabowski is the latest chemist to join the ranks of the National Teaching Fellowship Scheme
In its recent submission to the Government's 2007 Comprehensive Spending Review, the RSC has again made the case for increased investment in chemistry education in schools, college...
Science teachers are invited to join a web-based discussion forum on the 'science learning doctors' approach to science teaching
Showcase science, a national one-day conference for post-16 students and their teachers, will be held on Thursday 15 March 2007 at Oundle School, Northants
Enter the Rolls-Royce Science Prize competition for the chance to win up to £20,000 to invest in science education
Items: Non-specialist teachers on course; Mauve website; SCI education award
Peter Borrows takes us on another excursion into local chemistry. In this issue: gas anodes, coatings and corrosion protection
Ted Lister, chemical education consultant, shares anecdotes and 'did you knows' to help you add that 'wow' factor to your lessons. In this issue: the murder of Rasputin
Simon Cotton, teacher at Uppingham School, takes a look at those compounds that find themselves in the news or relate to our everyday lives. In this issue: conotoxins
In this column John Emsley looks at the chemistry behind familiar, everyday products . In this issue: hair dyes
Wilson Flood, chemistry education consultant, takes a look at some websites of interest to chemistry teachers.
Education in Chemistry Letters, November 2006
Demonstrations designed to capture the student's imagination, by Colin Baker of Bedford School. In this issue: the 'blue bottle' reaction
'Bioactive' ceramic and glass alternatives could improve the quality of life for millions of people suffering from osteoporosis
Chemists are once again turning to Nature to replenish the medicine chest
Chemistry has played its part in numismatics - in the manufacture, analysis, aesthetics and conservation of coinage
Applied science has a key role in the 14-16 curriculum, and its popularity is growing
University of York Science Education Group and Nuffield Curriculum Centre
Hazel Rossotti (ed)
G. T. Barnes and I. R. Gentle