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Registrations are open for the 2022 Titration Competition.
Have fun growing crystals! Register and order your Crystal Growing Kit by 25 April 2022.
The RACI is committed to providing activities and educational opportunities for the next generation of chemists in Australia, and throughout the world. Every year we organise a number of state-based and national events, competitions and activities that both assist teachers in explaining concepts and stimulate interest in science in students.
Don't miss your opportunity to join over 95,000 students from over 20 countries in this unique chemistry educational quiz.
Secondary school students (ages 12-18) can test their Chemistry knowledge and have fun at the same time, with the quiz providing teachers a helpful tool to gauge their student's understanding of the subject. The Quiz consists of 30 multiple choice questions to be answered in 60 minutes, either in paper format or online.
Can you titrate as well as your students? Registrations open Term 1 2022.
In addition to the ICQ, we hold three competitions for school students and an annual lecture series in each state every year. We also support teachers with the Titration Teacher Challenge, Chemistry Teacher Professional Development days, resources and training.
Year 10 - 12 students can compete against students across the country in the Titration Competition. Registrations are essential!
Each year we run lectures for secondary students, designed to inspire and educate, in most states.
Looking for a fun and educational learning opportunity for primary and secondary school students interested in chemistry? Register and order your Crystal Growing Kit.
Each year we're recognising high achieving year 12 students with the RACI Certificate of Excellence in Chemistry.
In Term 1 and 2 each year, primary and secondary students can enter the Chemistry and Art Competition by creating artworks relating to science. Register now!
The RACI is developing a free resource database for teachers to use as a teaching aid.
It has been divided into 4 topics, and includes latest news, research articles and demonstrations that both students and teachers alike will find beneficial for their chemistry knowledge and understanding.
We will be creating these resources in 2022, with the help of our Chemical Education Groups and partner organisations. So stay tuned!
RACI's Youtube Channel
Dr Nathan Kilah (University of Tasmania) demonstrates the "Traffic light" reaction of indigo carmine.
Jeremy Just (University of Tasmania) demonstrates the extraction of Tasmanian Native Pepper (Tasmannia lanceolata) using a home esp…
Dr Nathan Kilah (University of Tasmania) explains the chemistry behind the vinegar flavour of salt and vinegar chips.