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This exercise leads students through the decision-making process when choosing which new drug substance to make and the best synthetic route.
Could stainless magnesium replace aluminium in cars and aeroplanes? This calcium–magnesium alloy has implications for carbon emissions
Forget bags and straws. Disposable period products are a much great contributor to the amount of plastic littering our environment
This package provides an opportunity for the children to investigate a variety of ‘mixtures’ and the means by which they are best separated. The activities are put in context using a storybook, in which two sisters are presented with tubs of mixed objects to sort out. One of the sisters always wants to find the easiest way to sort the objects, and the other sister begins to use the same approach.
Take this approach to practical work to ensure students are learning, not just doing
Some solutions have been mixed up – help the technicians work out which is which
Complete a life-cycle assessment for three period products: tampons, period pads and menstrual cups. Ask learners to use their judgement to recommend the product with the least environmental impact
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