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MEL Chemistry VR

Experience the Invisible

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MEL Chemistry VR brings chemistry education to a new level

Understanding, not memorising

To understand chemistry, you have to understand what is happening on the molecular level. Just memorising formulas and facts is not enough.

And what could be a better way to understand the behaviour of atoms, ions and molecules than to put yourself inside chemical reactions, to see all these particles with your own eyes.

Connecting the real world with the world of molecules

Each lesson starts in a lab and then we zoom in to the molecular level.

Imagine your are able to shrink a billion times, like Ant-man, allowing you to see what otherwise would remain invisible.

Chemistry is difficult because you have to connect the macro and micro worlds in an overall concept, and see how they are linked. VR makes this very visual.

Interactive experiments with atoms and molecules

We do not mimic a classic lab, but provide interactive lessons where kids can conduct experiments on atoms and molecules that are otherwise impossible:

  • build your own atom
  • build your own molecule
  • measure bond energies
  • play with ionisation energy, etc.


VR takes students out of their surroundings. Children can focus 100 percent on their lessons without distractions.

If you’ve ever tried to convince students to focus on their studying, rather than texting, chit-chatting, etc. while they “study”, you know exactly what we are talking about.

Short 3-7 minute long lessons. After 3-7 minutes, a young person’s ability to keep absorbing new information drops. But during these minutes, their attention is complete and their learning is intense.

£85 per licence
Trial Options
1 month

I month access to all the MEL Chemistry VR lessons, with support from our MEL VR team, and extensive online pedagogy.

Cristal Steele using MEL Chemistry VR in class

Case Study

Science teacher, Cristal Steele, explains why she loves MEL Chemistry VR and how it improves focus and comprehension.

“The most exciting and ambitious chemistry educational projects”
Royal Society of Chemistry
“Distract kids from game consoles and idle text chatter”
American Chemistry Society

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