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20 December 2016
The latest Pisa scores reveal which countries excel at teaching science literacy
The 2015 Pisa scores for science at age 15 show Singapore is leading the world, while European countries generally scored worse than in 2012.
Source: Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development, www.oecd.org/pisa
3 February 2017
Finding staff is now the leading barrier to growth for UK SMEs
21 January 2018
Run away to a new job on the Emerald Isle
19 January 2018
Philippa Matthews reviews a semi-autobiographical account of a PhD student in the UK
From the Royal Society of Chemistry
17 January 2018
The national shame destroying a country’s scientific future
2 January 2018
The capital of the Netherlands has a thriving chemical community, if you’re allowed to work there
13 December 2017
The scientists taking a stand against politics they oppose
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