YouTube has changed the way we look at things. There seems to be a tutorial for literally anything you can think of, with people sharing their passion and knowledge for subjects with joy!
Our own YouTube channel features a wealth of information, not just on our product ranges and how they work, but also from interviews with our team members too. It’s really important to us that we remember that we’re all human – it seems a bit obvious but, actually, it is something that can be forgotten when you’re forging ahead and striving for brilliance!
Part of this “we’re all in this together” idea is that we must nurture the future scientists and engineers – find the curiosity in them that will lead them to challenge the constraints of known chemistry and build upon what’s achieved by the generation before!
With that in mind, we are thrilled to share an amazing series of YouTube tutorials from The Royal Society of Chemistry (RSC) called “Chemistry in your cupboard”. RSC’s Public Engagement Officer, Hassun El Zafar, presents 15 fantastic tutorials from making lava lamps and rockets through to separation techniques and how to make a density chamber. If you’re looking for something cool to do with your youngsters then we heartily recommend you take a look!
Here’s the first in the series:
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