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Some Spring musings from our editor, Dr Natalie Fey. In my previous catch-up blog post, I started telling you about a booklet that we’ve developed, focussed on encouraging women to do hands-on chemistry experiments with kids in their social circle. …
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A catch-up blog post from our chief editor, Dr Natalie Fey, to greet the new year and now Spring. A little while after Jenny Slaughter and I set up this blog, we started to develop workshops for different audiences, with …
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Picture it..| Chemistry by Lb16853 - 2M ago

  The images above are a collage of photos taken from a workshop on the structure of molecules at an event called Skirting Science, aimed at engaging year 9 girls with Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) subjects. As you …
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Broccoli is a commonly eaten vegetable in the UK. But how do you eat your broccoli? Do you eat both the leaves and the stalks? If not, are you missing out on key nutrients that these parts could provide? And …
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1. Quinine is the chemical compound responsible for the ever–dividing bitter taste of tonic water. Tonic water, comprised of carbonated water and quinine, is crucial in a gin and tonic (G&T), but the special chemical properties of quinine mean that …
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