Have you ever wondered what events inspired famous chemists? Or how chemistry research leads to new products and technologies? Or what sort of careers studying chemistry can lead to?
Faces of Chemistry is a rich collection of videos and resources about chemistry in real life, through the careers of real people.
Find out how scientists at the material science laboratory, QMUL, develop biosensors to enhance sport performance.
Inspire your students with Helen Sharman’s journey from chocolate maker to the first Briton in space.
Explore the chemistry of organic photovoltaics (organic solar cells) as a scientist from BASF explains the technology used in the Smart Forvision car.
2013-08-16T10:51:00+01:00In association with The Solar Spark at the University of Edinburgh
Find out more about ground-breaking solar technology in this series of interviews with researchers from The Solar Spark.
Discover how scientists from BOC remove gases from the air and use them in food packaging and processing.
2013-07-19T13:36:00+01:00In association with EuropaBio
Through a collection of short films, watch the story of how biobased innovation is contributing to a more sustainable, competitive and prosperous Europe.
Find out from scientists at Johnson Matthey how catalytic converters reduce harmful emissions produced by vehicles.
Learn about the chemistry of hair dyes from Procter and Gamble scientists.
Discover how crop protection products from Syngenta help to increase yield and produce healthier crops.
By courtesy of the Chemical Heritage Foundation, Women in Chemistry series
Follow the adventures of eight leading women in chemistry and celebrate the common element that catalysed their journeys: a life-changing, chance-taking, thrill-seeking love of science.