13 February 2018
Japanese element hunters are trying to extend the periodic table
29 January 2018
Gain a degree while in paid work
16 January 2018
One teacher’s story about deploying digital badges
15 January 2018
Are schools accidentally putting girls off science?
8 January 2018
Nina Notman talks to the chemists who are making the seemingly implausible materials coined ‘porous liquids’
11 December 2017
Emma Davies explores how unravelling the complex mechanisms of the body clock has led to some fascinating discoveries and a 2017 Nobel prize
20 November 2017
Hayley Bennett investigates water treatment technologies that are saving lives where there are no taps or pipes
14 November 2017
The number of trainee chemistry teachers is plummeting while qualified teachers continue to leave the profession. Kat Arney investigates what might be done to reverse the trend.
6 November 2017
Where does the technician staffing crisis come from and what can be done about it?
23 October 2017
From green LEGO bricks to compostable shoes, Fiona Case investigates how Lego and Reebok are making biomaterials mainstream
FROM THE ROYAL SOCIETY OF CHEMISTRY
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