Vol 44, No 1. Selected articles and reviews available online to all. Full issue available online to subscribers.
The House of Commons Education and Skills Select Committee launched an inquiry in November into the Bologna Process and its potential impact on UK HE.
Over 300 people came together in Edinburgh, in November, to discuss and debate the key scientific issues that will face the next Scottish Parliament and Scottish Executive from May...
Stanford University's Roger Kornberg has followed in his father's footsteps by winning the 2006 Nobel Prize for Chemistry for unravelling the process by which RNA is transcribed fr...
In November at an awards ceremony held in London the Salters' Institute awarded its first-ever chemistry teacher fellowships to Sandra Clinton, Adrian Guy and Karen Tann.
In November the Higher Education Funding Council for England (HEFCE) announced an extra £75m for university science teaching over the next three years
In 1999, scientists at the American Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory reported the synthesis of element 118
An RSC Chemistry at Work event for 14-19-year olds, held in November, marked the launch of a two-year project to expand these events in England.
From the end of this month school and college students will have the opportunity to receive up-to-date information and advice on studying chemistry in HE and careers in chemistry t...
In November London Metropolitan University opened the doors of its new £30 million science centre which is home to the Superlab, a state-of-the-art teaching lab with room for 280 s...
Post-16 students studying chemistry in the UK can now join the Royal Society of Chemistry (RSC) ChemNet initiative
The Royal Society of Chemistry (RSC) is inviting nominations for the 2007 round of its two annual teaching awards
Items: Various short items
Put your questions on chemistry teaching to our experts. In this issue: CO2 emissions and hydration isomers of chromium(III) chloride
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: hydrogen peroxide
Peter Childs, University of Limerick, investigates words in chemistry. In this issue: waters of oblivion
Tony Tooth, chemistry teacher at The King's School in Ely, takes a look at some websites that may be of interest to chemistry teachers.
Education in Chemistry Letters, January 2007
Demonstrations designed to capture the student's imagination, by Colin Baker of Bedford School. In this issue: the silver mirror test
About 10 per cent of men and women over 65, and nearly half of those over 80, have Alzheimer's disease
As the miniaturisation of silicon chips fast approaches its limit chemists are copying Nature in attempt to build computers atom by atom, molecule by molecule
Phenol encountered in school or college chemistry laboratories demands special respect on account of its toxic and corrosive nature. But phenol and its derivatives do have a few me...
A challenge for post-16 students to investigate the activation energies of the enzyme-catalysed and the inorganic-catalysed decomposition of hydrogen peroxide
Caroline Griffiths and John Griffiths
Gary W. vanLoon and Stephen J. Duffy
John Packer and Bernard Scott