Grand challenges set for science students

26 October 2016  News

New competition asks young people to explore solutions for global health and development issues


Schools step up to the Science Mark

24 October 2016 News

Science departments recognised for excellent teaching

Research and practice: bridging the gap

18 October 2016 Education

Collaborated approaches to education research

Hefty trainee teacher bursaries get mixed reception

17 October 2016 News

The Department for Education has announced substantial new bursaries for teacher training – but some are larger than others

Metal micronutrients get to the root of antifungal defence  

Flavoursome tomato varieties could benefit from nanoparticle fertilisers

Molecular machines roll in for the 2016 chemistry Nobel  

Ben Feringa, Jean-Pierre Sauvage and Fraser Stoddart take chemistry’s top gong for creat...

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Modern-day alchemists

17 October 2016 Feature

As this year saw the filling of the remaining four gaps in the periodic table, Sam Tracey visited Lawrence Berkeley National ...

Straight talk  

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

Robotic chemistry sets for the classroom  

Can chemistry education in schools benefit from the explosion of low-cost robotic devices,...

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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