Updates from the Royal Society of Chemistry's education teams

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RSC’s Elevating Chemistry project supports schools’ science enrichment


Find out how to apply for funds to boost chemistry enrichment for secondary students

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Colchester girls are Top of the Bench


Winners and runners-up announced in the RSC’s 2022 Top of the Bench competition

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Chemistry Olympiad 2022 round one results


Grade boundaries revealed for annual Royal Society of Chemistry Olympiad competition

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New Guinness World Records title for highest voltage fruit battery


2923 connected lemons: the recipe for a new Guinness World Records title, awarded to the RSC and Saiful Islam

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The RSC’s 2021 Education Prize winners


The Royal Society of Chemistry announces the winners of its Education Prizes, celebrating exceptional achievements in advancing the chemical sciences

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The Highlighting Minorities in Chemistry project


Find out more about the Highlighting Minorities in Chemistry project, supported by the RSC’s Inclusion and Diversity Fund

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How you helped improve registration


We recently launched a new registration process. Here’s how

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How the Royal Society of Chemistry supports teacher trainers


Learn more about the support available to teacher trainer programme leaders from the RSC’s education coordinators

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Excellent result at the International Chemistry Olympiad


UK students win silver and two golds at the 53rd International Chemistry Olympiad competition

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Nuffield practical resources improved and easier to find


Discover how we’ve optimised the experiments and demonstrations in our Nuffield practical collection, so you can find and use them more easily

Education in Chemistry magazine in print and digital

Education in Chemistry

Our magazine created for chemistry teachers is full of material to support and inspire you. Published online and in print by the Royal Society of Chemistry, we deliver a teacher-tailored experience, including science articles, teaching ideas, and downloadable resources