Rethinking the education of chemists - the odyssey is over, time for action!

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Wallace, RG;
(2003)
  • Publisher: University of Ioannina

Chemistry is a mature discipline with a distinguished pedigree and a long tradition, but times are changing and student numbers in chemistry are declining. The need for a reappraisal of what constitutes chemistry and a chemistry education at the beginning of the new mil... View more
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