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The images of big goggles, white lab coats, and experiments that come to mind when you think of chemistry. And while these things are an important part of chemistry, there’s a lot more to the subject than meets the eye.
Throughout our daily lives, chemistry is constantly taking place all around us. The entire earth and its environment is made up of chemical reactions and processes that take place incessantly and without interruption.
It is easier to understand everyday processes when you understand chemistry. For example, what happens when you cook is easier to understand. What causes rust to form? What factors influence the development of storms and thunderstorms? What is the best way to explain natural phenomena?
Chemists study and investigate the constantly occurring processes and material transformations that occur in nature, with the goal of gaining insights that will lead to the development of new knowledge and technologies.
Chemistry can open the door to a variety of career opportunities for students. When it comes to job opportunities for chemistry graduates, if your child plans to be a biochemist, environmental scientist, work in the pharmaceutical industry or cancer researcher they will need to have a firm grasp of chemistry.
University College London (UCL) provides a wide range of chemistry courses for both undergraduate and postgraduate students. The Department has been involved in many important discoveries, such as the discovery of carbon nanotubes by Andre Geim and Konstantin Novoselov, who were awarded the Nobel Prize for Chemistry in 2010.
The University of London teaches chemistry from undergraduate to postgraduate level.
Imperial College offers a wide range of courses in the field and is particularly known for its research activities: it has produced four Nobel Prize laureates (two were awarded Chemistry, one Physics and one Physiology or Medicine) since 1965.
King's College offers a range of courses in chemistry and is home to the London Centre for Nanotechnology which conducts research at an international level.
Other institutions such as Goldsmiths, City University, etc. also provide Chemistry programs.
It is also possible to complete a chemistry program at several independent institutions, including the Royal Institution of Great Britain and The School of Pharmacy.
Some are dedicated purely to research activities, while others have a more traditional structure.
Students who are interested in chemistry or who must study chemistry as a part of their course should consider whether or not they require additional tuition in this subject.
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London is most known for its history of being one of the major trading and financial hubs in the world. However, it also has a rich history of chemistry that stretches back centuries ago. When you walk around London today, you can see many historical sites related to this subject, as well as some modern landmarks.
There are many chemists from London who have made a significant impact on the history of chemistry. These include James Woodhouse, Henry Cavendish and Antoine Lavoisier, Joseph Priestly, Michael Faraday, William Ramsay and Humphrey Day just to name a few.
As you walk around London there are a plethora of sites that are related to Chemistry and are worth exploring to supplement your chemistry studies.
The following are some sites around London that you can visit related to chemistry. Some notable ones include The RSC (Royal Society of Chemistry), UCL (University College London) and several colleges at Imperial College, like St Mary's which is home to one of Europe' leading chemistry departments. It’s worth taking a tour of each place and learning more about the history.
There are several other places around London that you can visit related to the history of chemistry, such as museums like The Science Museum or The Hunterian. These places are worth exploring if you have an interest in this subject.
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