The latest news for chemistry teachers

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Catalyst makes liquid fuels from renewable resources

2 November 2018

A step closer to producing fuels for trucks and airplanes from biomass

Triple trefoil knot

Chemists weave granny and triple trefoil knots

30 October 2018

Giant molecules with a carbon backbone by synthetic chemistry

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Structuring content for better learning

25 October 2018By

Helping pupils climb the learning ladder

A space-filling model of tetrafluoroethylene

A new angle on collision theory

19 October 2018

Scientists shoot the world’s smallest projectiles – individual molecules – and use them to study how reactions happen

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Support for classroom-based research

15 October 2018By

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Healthy mice start to smell like sick ones

11 October 2018

Sniffer mice and chemical analysis suggest that sickness odours are contagious

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