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Issue 28: Spring 2014

Dear Science in School readers,

In issue 28, calculate the Planck constant yourself, learn about the plague epidemic in the Medium-Age, and find out how quickly cells can "run".

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Issue 27: Automn 2013

Dear Science in School readers,

In issue 27, investigate how the heart pumps, create models of blackholes in your class, learn what cosmic rays can teach us about volcanoes, and find out how important and ubiquitous iodine is.

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Issue 26: Spring 2013

Dear Science in School readers,

In issue 26, simulate solar wind, study the genetics of obesity with your students, learn how the Leaning Tower of Pisa was rescued and find out what life would be like if there was no Moon.

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Issue 25: December 2012

Dear Science in School readers,

In issue 25, bring the Stone Age to life, investigate the physics of the oceans and find out why meiosis goes wrong.

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Sign up now for our Advent calendar

Dear Science in School readers,

It’s back by popular demand: the Science in School Advent calendar!

Enjoy our Advent calendar with a difference – no little doors to open, no pictures of snowmen and no chocolate. Instead, each day for 24 days, an email packed with inspiring teaching ideas for Christmas, winter and the end of term.

Issue 24: September 2012

Dear Science in School subscribers,

In issue 24, learn how to make your own indigo dye find out about X-ray and gamma-ray astronomy, and create your own 3D illusions.

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Issue 23: June 2012

Dear Science in School subscribers,

In issue 23, learn how to build your own radio telescope, what happens when our chromosomes explode, and how to teach with bread in the primary-school classroom.

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Science in School e-newsletter 22: March 2012

Dear Science in School subscribers,

I am pleased to inform you that the twenty-second issue of Science in School is now available to read and download online (http://www.scienceinschool.org/current). Those of you who have subscribed to a print copy will receive it shortly.

Science in School e-newsletter 21: December 2011

Dear Science in School subscribers,

I am pleased to inform you that the twenty-first issue of Science in School is now available to read and download online (http://www.scienceinschool.org/current). Those of you who have subscribed to a print copy will receive it shortly.

Science in School advent calendar: December 2011

Dear Science in School subscribers,

Many of you enjoyed our email advent calendar last year - packed with wintery, Christmassy ideas for teaching science. Teaching activities, fantastic pictures, science topics, games, discussion ideas, recipes, jokes, music and much more.

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