Recent changes in the science curriculum are described, as are attempts to make chemistry more interesting and relevant to future citizens as well
This article seeks to put into perspective the changes in UK science education over the last decade from a chemistry viewpoint.
This issue attempts to give a brief picture of ways to enhance and enliven the chemistry experience in schools.
The Royal Society of Chemistry is developing a framework for a relevant and coherent chemistry curriculum for all students.
Revision can be a rather dull part of the academic year, especially if it means the wholesale revisiting of the syllabus using the same old notes.
David A. Scott.
Demonstrating chemical phenomena using computer models.
In July 2008, the Royal Society of Chemistry launched Discover Chemistry, a chemistry education partnership with Pfizer UK, to help secure a pool o
David N. A. Fox
Perfluorocarbons (PFCs) are fully fluorinated hydrocarbons that are used as blood plasma substitutes, in medical imaging and in the cosmetics indus
Demonstrations of medical physics are a useful way of linking school physics with modern medicine; this article describes some simple, fun and most
Elizabeth M. Parvin
The Undergraduate Ambassadors Scheme provides an opportunity for students in their final year of the chemistry degree course at the University of R
A simple practical activity that uses various methods to help students understand the idea of the expanding universe.