Vol 47, No 1. Selected articles and reviews available online to all. Full issue available online to subscribers.
Ken Gadd, science adviser on the Science Diploma Development Partnership (SDDP), gives us an insight into how the advanced Science Diploma is shaping up
Seven universities work together to interest young people in science and mathematics
In November the general public was treated to the wonders of chemistry in a series of events with a food theme for the Royal Society of Chemistry's (RSC) Chemistry Week
Venkatraman Ramakrishnan, Thomas Steitz, and Ada Yonath have won the 2009 Nobel Prize for chemistry for mapping the ribosome at the atomic level
Criteria for GCSE science 2011 specifications put more emphasis on assessment of practical work and mathematics
Bristol ChemLabS at the University of Bristol invites science teachers to attend its first Festival of Contemporary Science in January
The Salters' Institute, in partnership with the Royal Society of Chemistry (RSC), will be holding 51 Salters' Festivals of Chemistry between March and June 2010
The school of chemistry at Bangor University has been awarded a Royal Society of Chemistry (RSC) National Chemical Landmark
Items: Various short items
Peter Childs, University of Limerick, investigates words in chemistry. In this issue: shades of green
Simon Cotton takes a look at those compounds that find themselves in the news or relate to our everyday lives. In this issue: white wine and fish
Tony Tooth looks at some websites that may be of interest to chemistry teachers. In this issue: updates on some old favourites
Education in Chemistry Letters, January 2010
Demonstrations to capture the student's imagination by Adrian Guy of Blundell's School. In this issue: Flame colours in burning hydrogen
John Emsley, University of Cambridge, Takes you on a tour of the Periodic Table. In this issue: the inert element with extreme behaviour
Titania catalysts are being used to keep hospital surfaces clean and to produce hydrogen in solar cells
Three years after the discovery of mauveine in 1856 by William Henry Perkin, the second commercially synthetic dye, magenta, was in production
The enzyme aromatase plays an important role in the growth of human tumours. Its recently solved structure should lead to new anticancer drugs.
What do chemistry undergraduates and their lecturers think about the teaching and learning experience in higher education?
Can a computer simulation package enhance undergraduates' understanding of chemical topics? Swedish chemists investigate
Cambridge chemists find out how secondary school chemistry students compile word equations.
Judith Bennett and Sylvia Hogarth of York University have developed a new research technique to gain greater insight into students' attitudes towards science
Andrew Burrows, John Holman, Andrew Parsons, Gwen Pilling and Gareth Price
Diane M. Bunce and Renée S. Cole (eds)
Jonathan W. Steed and Jerry L. Atwood
Albert Guijarro and Miguel Yus
Jie Jack Li