Chemistry educator Adrian Dingle is the creator of the award-winning website, www.adriandingleschemistrypages.com. The site has been recommended by many educational bodies including the BBC and the National Science Teachers Association.
With extensive experience of teaching in both the UK and USA, Dingle now lives and teaches in Atlanta, GA, USA.
Dingle's first book was "The Periodic Table: Elements With Style".
Written in association with consultant Dr. Mark Winter (acclaimed creator of www.webelements.com) and brilliant illustrator, artist and designer Simon Basher, the book brings to life the elements of the periodic table by giving them real-life personalities! As part of the phenomenal success of the book it was nominated for the 2008 ALCS, Educational Writers' Award.
Dingle's Second book is "How to Make A Universe With 92 Ingredients".
The chemistry behind everyday objects and natural phenomena is explained in simple terms amidst a backdrop of stunning graphical color in this beautifully designed, hardback book. A real treat for eyes, the book delivers fascinating information in an easy to comprehend manner.
'92' was nominated for the School Library Association of the UK's Information Book Award in 2011 which it went on to win.
In January of 2012, '92' won the 'Wissenschaftsbuch des Jahre', a prestigious literary award sponsored by the Austrian Ministry for Science.