Chemistry Education Fostering Creativity in the Digital Era

28 August 2018, Version 1


Renewing undergraduate education in the chemical sciences to foster creativity using research, visualization and connectivity resources has substantial benefits, but requires changes in the curriculum and teaching methodology as well as in conventional university teaching and academic human resource policies.



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