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Design for a better world!

An exciting new global design challenge and competition for students aged 11-14

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How medicines work:

the ongoing battle between people and disease from ABPI

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Special offer for ASE subscribers!

The Trajan MiPlatform is a smartphone adapter which combines the comfort of microscope navigation and smartphone camera lens. It is an effortless way to make microbiology more collaborative and engaging.

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Solarcentury Resources

Solarcentury, together with SolarAid and in association with the University of York, is proud to have developed some fantastic science resources for 14-16 year olds

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Latest Resources

  • Teaching Personnel

    Teaching Personnel is the UK’s leading education recruitment agency.  Since 1996 we have registered hundreds of thousands of teachers and classroom support staff who have chosen us to help them find work in UK classrooms.

  • Jeans for Genes Day 2016
    The Jeans for Genes Day 2016 is on 23rd September. Find out how to raise funds for a range on initiatives.

  • The BBC micro:bit

    Philip Harris is really excited to be working with the BBC to deliver their brand new BBC micro:bit to your door.

    All Year 7 pupils (or equivalent) across the UK are entitled to this pocket-sized codeable computer to use in school and at home.

    The BBC micro:bit has loads of great features including Bluetooth.
  • Why you'll never catch smallpox
    Transport your pupils back to a time when smallpox stalked the world and introduce them to Dr Jenner, James Phipps and the experiment that probably saved their lives. In this excellent set of resources, pupils learn about different aspects of Jenner's work with smallpox by using cross curricular approaches.

    Research Focus
    Research is an integral part of science. These free resources help embed real world research in the classroom so that students gain a better understanding of how science works.


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