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  • OurFuture.Energy is an online education resource for 11-16 year olds, which aims to inform young people of the importance of energy in our daily lives, the basic science behind it and the challenges we face in balancing our energy use and supply to meet demand
    OurFuture.Energy
    OurFuture.Energy is an online education resource for 11-16 year olds, which aims to inform young people of the importance of energy in our daily lives, the basic science behind it and the challenges we face in balancing our energy use and supply to meet demand
  • The Royal Society has joined forces with Professor Brian Cox, the Society’s Professor of Public Engagement, to support primary school teachers across the UK with creative experimental science lessons into their classrooms.
    Royal Society primary school science experiments
    The Royal Society has joined forces with Professor Brian Cox, the Society’s Professor of Public Engagement, to support primary school teachers across the UK with creative experimental science lessons into their classrooms.
  • Short demonstration videos for Physics, Chemistry and Biology. See all the Timstar kit in action.
    Timstar Video Demonstrations
    Short demonstration videos for Physics, Chemistry and Biology. See all the Timstar kit in action.
  • This exciting NEW Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths (STEM) project is for primary aged pupils aged 9-11. The project provides a real-life context for pupils to explore the health and environmental problems faced by the 3 billion people globally who cook on open fires or traditional cook stoves.
    Smoky Homes
    This exciting NEW Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths (STEM) project is for primary aged pupils aged 9-11. The project provides a real-life context for pupils to explore the health and environmental problems faced by the 3 billion people globally who cook on open fires or traditional cook stoves.
  • A series of three videos presented by Ortis Deley, technology justice is all about ensuring everyone has access to technology that is essential for life.
    #techjustice in action
    A series of three videos presented by Ortis Deley, technology justice is all about ensuring everyone has access to technology that is essential for life.
  • Images from Practical Action's projects around the world, helping poor people use technology to improve their lives. All images can be used by teachers and students for educational purposes.
    Practical Action galleries
    Images from Practical Action's projects around the world, helping poor people use technology to improve their lives. All images can be used by teachers and students for educational purposes.
  • The 2016 Copper Education Competition: Curious About Copper results have been announced. Find out about the winners and their winning posters here!
    Copper Development Association 2016 Poster Competition
    The 2016 Copper Education Competition: Curious About Copper results have been announced. Find out about the winners and their winning posters here!
  • Inspiration for your career: Watch people telling their career stories through video in their own words. Good careers advice that students find relevant and interesting isn’t always easy to find and perhaps your students need help to decide if they want to take science subjects at GCSE or A-Level, so why not inspire them by exploring some of the career paths that sciences can lead to?
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    Inspiration for your career: Watch people telling their career stories through video in their own words. Good careers advice that students find relevant and interesting isn’t always easy to find and perhaps your students need help to decide if they want to take science subjects at GCSE or A-Level, so why not inspire them by exploring some of the career paths that sciences can lead to?
  • Macaques and malaria teacher guidance FINAL.ppt
  • Macaques and malaria presentation FINAL.ppt
  • Our top picks for education from the medical research council youtube channel. Find out why randomised control trials are so important? Go for a video tour of one of their research labs or listen to medical researchers talk about their work.
    MRC YouTube
    Our top picks for education from the medical research council youtube channel. Find out why randomised control trials are so important? Go for a video tour of one of their research labs or listen to medical researchers talk about their work.
  • From ancient history and heritage science to modern dance and digital content, the AHRC supports research in the arts and humanities. We have listed some of our top picks to use in the classroom.
    AHRC YouTube
    From ancient history and heritage science to modern dance and digital content, the AHRC supports research in the arts and humanities. We have listed some of our top picks to use in the classroom.
  • British Geological Survey's work looks at how we understand the structure, properties and processes of Earth's system and provides geoscientific data and information. The BGSs Youtube Channel provides an excellent resource for students and teachers.
    Understanding Earth Processes with BGS
    British Geological Survey's work looks at how we understand the structure, properties and processes of Earth's system and provides geoscientific data and information. The BGSs Youtube Channel provides an excellent resource for students and teachers.
  • Inspirational short videos from BBSRC. Our favourite video looks at 3D printing giant germs!
    BBSRC YouTube
    Inspirational short videos from BBSRC. Our favourite video looks at 3D printing giant germs!
  • STFC have developed a series of great short films that can be incorporated into lessons or used to introduce new topics. Out 'top pick' is a series of shorts called 'In search of giants'. These are presented by Professor Brian Cox and provide excellent short introductions to topics.
    Short films from STFC
    STFC have developed a series of great short films that can be incorporated into lessons or used to introduce new topics. Out 'top pick' is a series of shorts called 'In search of giants'. These are presented by Professor Brian Cox and provide excellent short introductions to topics.
  • Inspirational short videos from NERC and other research partners. Our favourite video is from a research scientist  who explains how his research has helped to show that imported bees for crop pollination were infected with parasites.
    NERC YouTube Channel
    Inspirational short videos from NERC and other research partners. Our favourite video is from a research scientist who explains how his research has helped to show that imported bees for crop pollination were infected with parasites.
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    Lesson Presentation - Kind Richard III Research Question
  • Inspiring and now world famous videos from Professor Sir Martyn Poliakoff and his colleagues at the University of Nottingham chemistry department.
    Periodic Videos
    Inspiring and now world famous videos from Professor Sir Martyn Poliakoff and his colleagues at the University of Nottingham chemistry department.
  • Science videos that take us behind the scenes to look at the work of research scientists and science facilities. 'The world's most important beer cooler' is one of our favourites.
    STFC Backstage Science
    Science videos that take us behind the scenes to look at the work of research scientists and science facilities. 'The world's most important beer cooler' is one of our favourites.
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  • Over 100 hands on experiments that will bring science to life!  Switched on Science has been written specifically for the new National Curriculum and gives you all the tools you need to run exciting science lessons with confidence.
    Switched on Science from Rising Stars
    Over 100 hands on experiments that will bring science to life! Switched on Science has been written specifically for the new National Curriculum and gives you all the tools you need to run exciting science lessons with confidence.
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  • Snap Science is a dynamic, comprehensive programme, packed with inspirational resources, designed to help you deliver outstanding science throughout your school.
    Collins Snap Science
    Snap Science is a dynamic, comprehensive programme, packed with inspirational resources, designed to help you deliver outstanding science throughout your school.
  • Sciberbrain is a collection of teaching resources to help scientists and teachers discuss controversial science with a range of audiences, such as 14-19 year olds and the general public.
    Sciberbrain
    Sciberbrain is a collection of teaching resources to help scientists and teachers discuss controversial science with a range of audiences, such as 14-19 year olds and the general public.
  • Short videos on the social impact of volcanic eruptions in St Vincent
    Videos on the social impact of volcanic eruptions
    Short videos on the social impact of volcanic eruptions in St Vincent
  • Video explores achievements from BBSRC-funded science into the new millennium.
    Impacts of Bioscience #2
    Video explores achievements from BBSRC-funded science into the new millennium.
  • Taxonomy unlocks our knowledge of the living world, but it has to change to keep pace with technology and the demands of society. Find out how Kew and its partners at the Natural History Museum, London and the University of Oxford are starting a taxonomic revolution.
    Taxonomy goes digital
    Taxonomy unlocks our knowledge of the living world, but it has to change to keep pace with technology and the demands of society. Find out how Kew and its partners at the Natural History Museum, London and the University of Oxford are starting a taxonomic revolution.
  • Bring the wild to your classroom with ARKive Education! Our FREE education resources for 5-18 year olds can be used to teach a range of curriculum subjects including science, geography, English and art. Packed full of links to our amazing wildlife photos, videos and fact files, each education resource includes classroom presentations, activities and teachers’ notes.
    ARKive Educational Resources
    Bring the wild to your classroom with ARKive Education! Our FREE education resources for 5-18 year olds can be used to teach a range of curriculum subjects including science, geography, English and art. Packed full of links to our amazing wildlife photos, videos and fact files, each education resource includes classroom presentations, activities and teachers’ notes.
  • Videos on diverse apsects of social science research. Our top pick looks at a video on using eye tracking technology to research how people respond to cigarette packaging. This can be used to start a discussion or activity on whether plain packaging could help people give up smoking or encourage fewer people to start.
    ESRC YouTube Channel
    Videos on diverse apsects of social science research. Our top pick looks at a video on using eye tracking technology to research how people respond to cigarette packaging. This can be used to start a discussion or activity on whether plain packaging could help people give up smoking or encourage fewer people to start.
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  •  The atmosphere, weather and climate change are also relevant and topical contexts to engage young people about a variety of scientific processes taught within the science curriculum.
    Improving weather forecasts - NERC
    The atmosphere, weather and climate change are also relevant and topical contexts to engage young people about a variety of scientific processes taught within the science curriculum.
  • whynotchemeng
    whynotchemeng is the schools and careers campaign, coordinated by the Institution of Chemical Engineers (IChemE), which promotes science and engineering as rewarding career choices to secondary school students, with a view to encouraging more young people to pursue a career in chemical engineering.

    whynotchemeng provides schools with free careers literature, posters and classroom resources, including our ‘Top 10 Flash Bang Demos’ – risk assessed science demonstrations designed to help teachers feature fun, relevant and safe demonstrations in KS4 science lessons
  • Practical Action
    Practical Action is a development charity which works closely with some of the world’s poorest people. By using simple technologies we can fight poverty and transform lives. Our Education website produces free, tried and tested primary and secondary resources that support the curriculum while giving a unique global dimension to lessons. Our materials include innovative lesson ideas, downloadable posters, videos and homework activities such as word searches. Subject areas covered include climate change, renewable energy, water and food.
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  • This series of short videos introduces physics concepts aimed at A level students about fusion and the measurement techniques involved.
    Culham nuclear fusion videos
    This series of short videos introduces physics concepts aimed at A level students about fusion and the measurement techniques involved.
  • The Particles app for iPad and Windows 8
    The Particles app for the Apple iPad, Windows 8 and Microsoft Surface can enable you to learn about particles in a new and exciting way.
  • The New Green Revolution
    These videos and animations explain some of the beneficial plant-microbe interactions found in the soil and were part of SGM's exhibit 'The New Green Revolution' at Chelsea Flower Show 2012. Further research into these interactions will eventually allow them to be harnessed to improve food security.
  • NERC Podcasts and Videos
    Keep up to date with current natural sciemce applications and research.
  • Become a Scientist
    The Royal Society has launched a big experiment and would like you to be part of it!
  • SGM videos on microbial aspects of plant root systems
    A series of short animations explaining the formation of root nodules, mycorrhizal fungi-plant interactions and one on the nitrogen cycle.
  • Research at the Rutherford Appleton Laboratory
    An article by Mike Follows on the cutting edge physics research going on at RAL, with references for futher reading.
  • The Vega Science Trust Videos
    The Vega Science Trust website contains valuable video resources for science education
  • Science Careers
    Information and videos about the wide variety of science careers in the environmental and geosciences sphere
  • Short videos on the big concepts of modern physics and astronomy from Nottingham University
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    Short videos on the big concepts of modern physics and astronomy from Nottingham University
  • British Antarctic Survey
    British Antarctic Survey (BAS) is one of the world's leading environmental research centres and is responsible for the UK's national scientific activities in Antarctica.
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