By Chemistry World2014-11-20T00:00:00+00:00
Efficient lighting wins Nobel prize in physics
Blue LEDs were first created in the 1990s, decades after red and green LEDs, and have led to more efficient lighting
Inventors of blue LED win physics prize was first published by Chemistry World.
Classroom activity where learners explore and debate the issues around fossil fuels, energy and global carbon emissions.
Useful tips and activities to link UN sustainable development goal 7 to your lessons on energy, hydrogen, sustainability and esterification
Wednesday 6 October, 3.45–4.45pm BST, online
Show your students a new context when studying composite materials and thermosetting polymers
How paint made with barium sulfate could reduce the need for air conditioning
Start a lesson with the Nobel prize-winning chemistry involved in lithium-ion batteries
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