New off-grid water treatment technologies are saving lives supplying clean water where there are no taps or pipes
The number of trainee chemistry teachers is plummeting while qualified teachers continue to leave the profession. Kat Arney investigates what might be done to reverse the trend.
An impossible problem?
Where does the technician staffing crisis come from and what can be done about it?
From green LEGO bricks to compostable shoes, Fiona Case investigates how Lego and Reebok are making biomaterials mainstream
Ida Emilie Steinmark finds out how new research may boost catalytic performance
Microscale chemistry and well-ordered teaching sequences reduce cognitive overload
Rachel Brazil talks to lecturers at reopening chemistry departments about starting undergraduate courses from scratch
New biological catalysts could deliver useful chemicals chemistry cannot make
How analytical chemistry helps reduce the harms of drug use
John O’Donoghue investigates transformations on the horizon for Ireland’s education system
After ten years, many experiments and cohorts of new students, Catherine Smith shares her experience completing a multistep synthesis with her science club
What makes students aspire to a career in science?
How the new apprenticeship levy is shaping opportunities for school students
A closer look at computational chemistry methods
Exploring the use of biodegradable polymers in orthopedic implants
How the pharmaceutical industry finds new medicines
Locking Earth’s excess carbon dioxide away by turning it into rock
Helping students learn to solve problems
Chemistry outreach does much more than intrigue students
Answering the riddle of why unsaturated fuels burn with sooty flames
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