Vol 44, No 2. Selected articles and reviews available online to all. Full issue available online to subscribers.
Science and innovation in China, India and South Korea are growing fast
QCA invites teachers to submit their views on its revised programme of study for KS3 science by April 30.
The theme for this year's Royal Society of Chemistry's Bill Bryson prize for science communication is the science of travel.
Ten projects designed to improve students' initial experience of studying chemistry have received funding through the Chemistry for Our Future programme
To encourage more chemistry undergraduates to consider teaching as a career, the RSC is putting money into the Undergraduate Ambassadors Scheme.
The Royal Society of Chemistry will be running an INSET materials summer school in London in July.
A new, free online resource could help teachers introduce and illustrate to students the structural chemistry of course favourites.
A DTI-funded public engagement programme, Sciencehorizons, aims to broaden the debate on how developments in science and technology could be used in the future.
The Universities of St Andrews, Birmingham, Manchester, Ulster, York and Leeds will be hosting a four-day Salters' Chemistry Camp.
Items: Various short items
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: frog defence against A...
Peter Borrows takes us on another excursion into local chemistry. In this issue: Bath railings
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. In this issue: a library of websites
Education in Chemistry Letters, March 2007
Demonstrations designed to capture the student's imagination, by Colin Baker of Bedford School. In this issue: the dehydration of sucrose
Kathryn Roberts meets Mary Kirchhoff, the new director of education at the American Chemical Society (ACS) in Washington DC
The range of school experiments being done on the microscale is growing. Here are examples from Key Stage 3, through Key Stage 4, to A-level
If bird flu ever starts to transmit from human to human, with no effective vaccine available our only defence will be the antiviral drugs Relenza and Tamiflu
A look at the life and work of Russia's most famous chemist, who died 100 years ago
How Mendeleev corrected the atomic weights of In, Ce and U, and thus constructed the remarkable Periodic Table of 1871
M. Radojevic and V. Bashkin
Eric R. Scerri
Jonathan Crowe, Tony Bradshaw and Paul Monk (eds)