Straight talk

19 September 2016  Feature

Jo Moules cuts through the confusion and gets to the heart of formative assessment


Encouraging inquiry-based approaches

28 September 2016 Education

Manage the load for students

Transforming education research

14 September 2016 News

New project to investigate the opportunities and challenges for teachers and researchers

Assessment won't deliver better teaching at UK universities

9 September 2016 News

Report claims pitting research against teaching won’t do either any favours

HPLC-free synthesis slashes protein production time  

Tagging system may make building biologically relevant proteins faster, cheaper and greene...

Shape-shifting hydrogel can heal itself  

New material returns to its original shape even when cut into pieces

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Robotic chemistry sets for the classroom

30 August 2016 Feature

Can chemistry education in schools benefit from the explosion of low-cost robotic devices, ask Laurie Points, Jonathan Grizou...

Making chemical language easy  

Ann Marie Farrell and Michael Seery consider how to meet students’ language and literacy...

To boldly go where no analytical instrument has gone before  

Nina Notman meets the chemist behind the mass spectrometer onboard the Philae lander

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What we’re learning from you


From research to classroom

What do you think of our blogposts and articles? Your views from the web, blog and social media


Community or clique?

Charles Harrison implores us to welcome new blood and ideas into the chemistry education community