Scidot's template allows Math & Science (STEM) teachers to easily create high quality teaching worksheets.

To format math expressions
Write the expression first (use @ as separator if required) then click on the Arrow Expression button


Predominance diagram and axis for acid/base couples
Programmatic Insertions (Ctrl+Maj+M) and Quickparts (F3) fixed.
This new capability is included in version 3.6 of MathScience.


A reliable template
We focused our work on the maths expressions formatting.
Download version 3.5 of MathScience.

Download the Maths Expressions tutorial
Now producting maths expressions for Microsoft Word equation editor, the way to enter maths expressions has changed.

New version of the Chemical Formula Editor from Denis Grenier and JeanPierre Gachassin
In addition to developed and semideveloped formulas, and to topological formulas, this version draws all cycles of 3, 4, 5, 7, 8 atoms and more aromatic and kekule benzen cycles, and from a library of simple formulas.
This new library of drawings is included in version 3.4 of MathScience.


New library of drawings from Jean Le Bris
New drawings are available from the Physics/Electricity and Physics/Mechanics group and from the Chemistry/Glassware2D group.
This new library of drawings is included in version 3.3 of MathScience.
See the ribbon with the new icons of the new library.


Open the Math Expressions tutorial file to see how easy it is to write math expressions with MathScience.
MathScience is a Microsoft Word ™ template that provide new tabs to the ribbon interface, in order to write documents for all kinds of educational purposes.
You will find great and useful tools for writing your own worksheets !
List of features and ribbon augmented with the MathScience Word template ; read the comments and look where the template is registred on a map.
The new version is fully compatible with Microsoft Word 2013, Microsoft Word 2010 and Microsoft Word 2007 (*).

Download MathScience and try it for free for 28 days.
A Mac OS version is not available as of today but is being considered.
New version are released frequently, so stay tuned!
(*) MathsSciences requires Visual Basic for Application hence do not run with Word Starter and not with Word 2003 (Scienc66GDmath9, the previous template will run)