Kathryn Roberts's articles

  • A teacher trying one of the experiments
    News

    Non-specialist teachers on course

    1 September 2007

    Non-specialist chemistry teachers benefit from tailored Inset course thanks to the RSC and GlaxoSmithKline

  • Fuit and veg at the market
    Opinion

    Fruit & veg - five a day?

    1 July 2007

    In this issue of the student supplement we look at why eating a diet rich in fruit and veg can help keep the doctors away

  • John Holman
    News

    STEM careers get boost

    1 July 2007

    Government backs proposals for better careers advice for students, with the aim to encourage more students to continue to study science and maths post-16

  • Teaching creatively
    News

    Key Stage 3 - teachers' choice

    1 May 2007

    QCA is offering a less prescriptive curriculum at KS3 that could be tuned by teachers to meet the needs of all students. What does this new found freedom mean for science teachers?

  • China, Mongolia, Korea and Japan on a globe
    News

    Looking east

    1 March 2007

    Science and innovation in China, India and South Korea are growing fast

  • Home appliances which use energy
    News

    Smart energy homes

    1 March 2007

    In Europe, homes and businesses use more energy than any other sector, including transport

  • Mary Kirchhoff, director of education at the ACS
    Feature

    US chemical education going green

    1 March 2007

    Kathryn Roberts meets Mary Kirchhoff, the new director of education at the American Chemical Society (ACS) in Washington DC

  • Signs to European cities
    News

    Bologna in sight?

    1 January 2007

    The House of Commons Education and Skills Select Committee launched an inquiry in November into the Bologna Process and its potential impact on UK HE

  • Power station with smoke
    News

    CO2 - a solution in sight?

    1 January 2007

    Carbon dioxide levels in the atmosphere are higher today than they have been at any time in the past 150,000 years

  • Education in Chemistry magazine
    Opinion

    Editorial - A new look

    1 September 2006

    Welcome to the new academic year, and to a new look for Education in Chemistry (EIC)