When you read the newspaper, how do you know what to believe? Ed Walsh guides you and your students through the minefield of science in the media.
Andrew Brown reviews the latest Science on Stage event in Spain: Ciencia en Acción.
The topic of polymers is often limited to chemistry lessons. The Establish project offers some hands-on activities to investigate these materials and some of their medical applications.
To change the world would be amazing enough. Mike Brown changed the Solar System. Eleanor Hayes explains.
When your doctor prescribes you a tablet and you get better, was it really the drug or could it have been the colour of the tablet? Andrew Brown investigates the placebo effect.
What makes ostriches such fast runners? Nina Schaller has spent nearly a decade investigating.
Marco Martucci tells Eleanor Hayes what science teaching and radio journalism have in common.
Did you realise that fireworks cause measurable air pollution? Tim Harrison and Dudley Shallcross from Bristol University, UK, explain how to investigate atmospheric pollutants in class.
Meet an astronaut, cook a comet and plan a trip to Mars. Shamim Hartevelt introduces a recent teacher workshop at ESA.
Claudia Mignone and Rebecca Barnes explore X-rays and gamma rays and investigate the ingenious techniques used by the European Space Agency to observe the cosmos at these wavelengths.
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