By Sarah Houlton2015-03-09T00:00:00+00:00
There's chemistry among the specimens at many botanical gardens
Chemistry in bloom was first published by Chemistry World.
Cerium oxide works to disrupt cavity-forming biofilms
The science behind face coverings
Microorganisms growing in 100% hydrogen show that life could exist on exoplanets
Biomass is regularly used as fuel, but have we been overlooking this sustainable resource as a source of chemical building blocks?
Steer perfectionism in the classroom in positive ways
Learn from lecturer Sara Kyne’s experiences of welcoming first-year chemistry students
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