Screaming technicians and exploding frogs — contact explosives are sure to liven up even the dullest of classroom activities.
A finite resource, we rely upon lithium for the majority of our rechargeable technology. However, to a synthetic chemist, lithium has a much deeper connection.
The Royal Astronomical Society made a striking announcement in September which led to a lot of speculation. Deep Bandivadekar discusses what it really meant and the way forward.
From the simple structure under the earth’s crust to incredible energy conversion advances, Bradley Wilson introduces perovskites and discusses their potential in materials development.
Maisie Keogh takes a look at the fascinating gas celebrating 150 years since its discovery and the many uses it has today.
The ability to print your own medicine is just around the corner, Alice Turner explores this recent development.
Atomic force microscopy can provide highly detailed information on chemical systems, giving us important new insights into how chemical reactions occur.
Let chemistry student Debbie Nicol take you on a guided tour of the complex and often mysterious pathways of organic chemical reactions.