A bursary and training support eased my transition into teaching, but the work-life balance after two years made me look elsewhere
How the University of Liverpool is training students to meet the demands of industry
Students reject topics they see as outside their own discipline, but researchers and educators are guilty of it too
Ida Emilie Steinmark investigates a forgotten figure who made fundamentally important discoveries in chemistry
A former admissions tutor reveals what students should really care about when choosing an undergraduate chemistry course
Larger financial incentives for training are announced, but many want a greater focus on keeping teachers in the profession
What is cryo-electron microscopy and how has it changed the world?
Pressures on schools and teachers are sidelining lab time for students
Reading skills are crucial for closing the attainment gap according to a new report
A recent study details what is needed for world-class practical experiences for schools. We look into the priority recommendations.
Chemicals supply is under scrutiny following rising numbers of acid attacks
We find out how and why schools take part in this investigative project scheme