Updates from the Royal Society of Chemistry education teams

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Introducing the curriculum explorer


Navigate through thousands of teaching resources and find the ones most relevant to the topics you’re teaching

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RSC launches new education website


New site makes it easier to navigate the RSC’s support and resources for people working in chemistry education

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Early-career chemistry teachers meet at Burlington House


Building contacts and accessing support

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Microbes and renewable energy turn carbon dioxide into edible protein


A new process uses microbes and renewable energy to make proteins for human consumption

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Targeting science capital

2019-10-18T08:53:00+01:00By Louise Hussein

Simple ways to increase students’ enthusiasm for science

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Measuring energy changes


Get practical with students and arm them with the skills and knowledge they need

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Enhance explanations of intermolecular forces


How small prompts can result in big leaps in student understanding

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