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Why don’t we include everyone when we talk about ‘science for all’?

6 August 2018By

SEND pupils aren’t considered our future scientists

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It gets better – and you can help

4 July 2018By

Empower teachers to be who they are, for everyone’s sake

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Each act of honesty has impact

2 July 2018By

Saying ‘I’m gay’ is not simple for teachers but it’s worth the effort, says David Weston

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Students don’t appreciate what chemistry can do

22 June 2018By

Is this causing the dip in applications to university chemistry courses?

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What does an effective department look like?

8 June 2018By Emily Howe

We want to know: what are the elements of a supportive school department?

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The ‘new’ chemistry A-level better prepares students for higher education

1 June 2018By , Giorgio Chianello

No evidence for concerns students now do fewer practicals, say QMUL lecturers

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Six changes that could transform teachers’ jobs

16 May 2018By

Towards a truly manageable and engaging profession

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Some students will achieve an impossible grade this Thursday

20 August 2018

Ofqual revises minimum science grade

Female students celebrate after receiving exam results

Students taking A-level chemistry increase

17 August 2018

STEM subjects on the rise

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Students don’t have to stick to lab projects during chemistry degrees

6 June 2018

They can gain valuable employment skills in other ways

John Holman

‘I do tend to say yes ... ’

22 May 2018

We ask John Holman how writing a textbook snowballed into invites to work on the national curriculum, a national education research centre, and more

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The RSC President’s Award 2018

18 May 2018

What makes this team of six teachers and one technician so inspirational?

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Students don’t have to stick to lab projects during chemistry degrees

6 June 2018By

They can gain valuable employment skills in other ways

John Holman

‘I do tend to say yes ... ’

22 May 2018By

We ask John Holman how writing a textbook snowballed into invites to work on the national curriculum, a national education research centre, and more

Make your own ultra-violet (UV) spectrometer

Students win prizes for homemade spectrometers

22 March 2018By

Inspired chemistry projects

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Gender inequality problems remain in higher education

28 February 2018By

In 2015, only 9% of chemistry professors were women

All analysis

Creating an LGBT-inclusive curriculum

Creating an LGBT-inclusive curriculum

A guide for secondary schools

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Controversial science

Six different biochemical topics with videos and activities

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Free online CPD: CERGinars

A teacher’s review of webinars in chemical education research

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Chemistry, Lewis and Evans

A thorough textbook for students on vocational and access courses

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FROM THE ROYAL SOCIETY OF CHEMISTRY