Lizzie Driscoll, PhD student at the University of Birmingham, produced a fun, informative video explaining how rechargeable Li-ion batteries operate. She also rolled out the activity as a playground game for schools.
A new report from the Royal Society of Chemistry – put together by a diverse group of experts – identifies the next steps needed to enable businesses to adopt non-metallics as an alternative to corroding metals.
On the evening of Thursday 5 March, our headquarters at Burlington House played host to a very special event – a conversation between our president, Professor Dame Carol Robinson, and our acting CEO, Dr Helen Pain – in honour of this year’s International Women’s Day.
Why aren’t there enough chemistry teachers? In the latest in a series of articles on RSC policy work, Annette Farrell from our education policy team considers some of the issues affecting teacher recruitment and retention in the UK.
侧入体位Our ChemSci Pick of the Week describes a metal oxide photocatalyst that can efficiently use sunlight to produce hydrogen from water, which could help tackle environmental issues and resource shortages.
As part of our series on RSC policy advocacy work, Education Policy Manager Danièle Gibney highlights some of the big themes coming up in 2020 – including T-levels, the Leaving Certificate, and qualifications at the age of 16 in Wales.