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ChemNet Events - Why not take a look at our list of events. Whether its a careers event, and industry visit or an experimental trip, see what your class would like to attend and bring them along.
Talk Chemistry - A community, hosted on MyRSC for all those teaching the chemical sciences. Here you can share resources, tips, and discuss anything which may be of interest.
Learn Chemistry - Learn Chemistry has hundreds of resources to help you teach chemistry. Our teaching section features chemistry demonstrations, assessment tools, handouts and worksheets, from primary age to HE.
Education In Chemistry - News, opinion and features from Education in Chemistry, the voice of innovative chemistry teaching and best practice