Larger than A1 in size - The Eukaryotic and Prokaryotic Cells Wall Chart is ideal for your science classroom. Suitable from GCSE to A-Level, it is colourful, concise and outlines the key concepts in this topic. Get it for your classroom from only £5
Types of Organic Formula Back to basics with today’s graphic, with a look at the different ways compounds in organic chemistry can be represented. Obviously, if you’re a chemist, these will all be second nature, but as was quite fairly pointed out with regards to the food chemistry graphics, if you’re not well versed in chemistry, all of those lines and letters might well be a bit perplexing. Here’s a brief explanation of what they mean.
Larger than A1 in size - The Immune System Wall Chart is ideal for your Biology classroom. Suitable from GCSE to A-Level, it is colourful, concise and outlines the key concepts in this topic. Purchase it for your classroom from only £5
Eggmosis – Teaching Selectively Permeable Membranes with Eggs. Because of the inner membrane underneath the shell, an egg is a perfect tool when teaching students about selectively permeable membranes. This demonstration takes seconds to set up and can be left out for a few days for students to observe.