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Rockin' little neutron stars!

Beth Nielsen Chapman sings with Daventry's  young musicians in a glittering performance of The Mighty Sky.
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NASA presents prize to Cameron at The Mighty Sky

David S. Weaver from NASA presents Cameron Livingstone with his prize for the best Moon Quiz answers at The Mighty Sky event

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ASE Annual Conference 7 - 10 January 2015 University of Reading

Collect some invaluable teaching tips and hear from cutting-edge researchers at the ASE Annual Conference.
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Salters' Festivals of Chemistry

Entries open on November 14th for these one day chemistry events held at universities in the UK and Ireland.
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Monitoring a glacier in real time

This new video from the British Geological Survey shows how researchers wire up a glacier like a medical patient to follow every move.
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Latest Resources


  • ASE Annual Conference preview and booking now available

    Join thousands of teachers at Europe's largest science exhibition and conference in Reading UK.
    Booking options to suit all interests and free access to the exhibition and open conference area.

  • Teaching Controversial Issues - ASE/KCL Webinar Series

    What is the best approach to talking to students about controversial issues?
    The ASE and King’s College London have planned a week-long series of free after-school webinars led by experts, providing participants ideas for classroom activities. 

  • The Science & Technology of Aerosols
    What makes aerosols work and how are they made? Find out with this new resource, complete with videos and animations. From ski wax to asthma inhalers, this resource covers the science involved, including pressure, the gas laws and resistance welding.
  • IET Faraday Careers Packs
    Careers packs, challenge days, free teaching resources-all on the IET Faraday pages.

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