Swimming pool disinfection is essential for public health but carries some risks of its own
Extent of pharmaceutical pollution on every continent on Earth revealed
What do all those terms on the ingredients list mean?
Removing arsenic from tap water to make it safe to drink
Use this infographic with your 16–18 students to develop their understanding of pH and buffers
Link forensic science and the Covid-19 pandemic to your lessons on instrumental analysis, separation techniques, data interpretation and health with UN sustainable development goals 16 and 17
Top tips from the chemistry lab for roughing it well when camping
Tyler carries out experiments linked to covid-19 reseach and lung diseases
Easy-to-implement ways to link these topics to your lessons on energy sources, water resources, nanochemistry, health and climate change
Link the science you teach in your classroom to poverty and inequality targeted by the UN’s SDGs
Use these tips and resources to link UN sustainable development goal 3 and biology topics on health and disease to your lessons on anticancer drugs
Learn more about a novel application of polymer chemistry to help reconstruct the faces of skin cancer patients
Forget bags and straws. Disposable period products are a much great contributor to the amount of plastic littering our environment
Are quaternary ammonium compounds just as good at killing Covid-19 as alcohols?
How wearable tech uses chemistry to help monitor your health – with spectroscopy, battery technology and smart materials
Which parts of the chemistry curriculum will your 16–18 students find useful to become a dietician?
The science behind face coverings
When one of the key weapons in the fight against Covid-19 was in short supply, some unlikely manufacturers stepped in
How canines might help to find asymptomatic and pre-symptomatic cases of the coronavirus
What is an epidemiologist? Inspire students with this fascinating insight into the world of some of the most powerful scientific detectives
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