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Doing an (Edexcel) EPQ on chemistry wondered if anyone has any ideas? The title has to be phrased as a question. Would appreciate other topic ideas related to chemistry or improvements on titles below.

So far I have:
-How does isomerism affect the way drugs interact with the human body?
-Should we be researching more renewable energy sources?
-How can Carbon allotropes be used in medicine?
-Something to do with green chemistry?
-How could the thalidomide tragedy have been averted?
-How could the Bhopal disaster have been averted?

Thanks.
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Doing an (Edexcel) EPQ on chemistry wondered if anyone has any ideas? The title has to be phrased as a question. Would appreciate other topic ideas related to chemistry or improvements on titles below.

So far I have:
-How does isomerism affect the way drugs interact with the human body?
-Should we be researching more renewable energy sources?
-How can Carbon allotropes be used in medicine?
-Something to do with green chemistry?
-How could the thalidomide tragedy have been averted?
-How could the Bhopal disaster have been averted?

Thanks.
How does isomerism affect... Bla bla

Is a very interesting topic! The optical isomer of a compound can increase activity by 50%!!!
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(Original post by Bob 101)
Doing an (Edexcel) EPQ on chemistry wondered if anyone has any ideas? The title has to be phrased as a question. Would appreciate other topic ideas related to chemistry or improvements on titles below.

So far I have:
-How does isomerism affect the way drugs interact with the human body?
-Should we be researching more renewable energy sources?
-How can Carbon allotropes be used in medicine?
-Something to do with green chemistry?
-How could the thalidomide tragedy have been averted?
-How could the Bhopal disaster have been averted?

Thanks.
Hi I'm doing my EPQ in september nhs looking for interesting topics, the thalidomide disaster sounds good, did you eventually do it? If so could you please let me know how you structured it out? Thanks.
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