When high fashion starts in the lab
And what does it have to do with the Haber–Bosch process?
In association with Associated Octel Co Ltd
An introduction to sodium production.
In association with Shell UK
An introduction to oil refining.
In association with British Steel
An introduction to iron and steel production.
In association with AkzoNobel
An introduction to nitric acid production.
In association with BOC
An introduction to extracting gases from air.
An introduction to extracting chemicals from salts.
In association with Anglesey Aluminium Metals Ltd
Five out of five
An introduction to aluminium extraction.
Creating a balsa wood substitute from calcium alginate for World War 2 aircraft production.
The story of the discovery of the Hall-Heroult process for purifying aluminium.
Use this cutting edge research into helium compounds in class
Get hands on with H2O, changing states of matter and the water cycle. These experiments and investigations involve water in the context of space
This resource allows primary school students to explore the difference between a natural material and a synthetic material. The Materials used in different sports for the Olympic Games is then explored.
Students undertake the synthesis and analysis of aspirin.
New off-grid water treatment technologies are saving lives supplying clean water where there are no taps or pipes
From green LEGO bricks to compostable shoes, Fiona Case investigates how Lego and Reebok are making biomaterials mainstream
Process could cut transportation costs and save farmers money
Graphene aerogel converts sunlight into heat to produce water vapour at room temperature
How do beetles help to make certain sweets? Discover the importance of chemistry in everyday eating experiences with this edible experiment.
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