Microscope in Action is a hands-on educational resource for teaching fluorescence microscopy in the classroom and beyond
Discover teaching events and activities offered by the EIROforum member institutions.
EMBL’s Science Education and Public Engagement team invites secondary school science teachers to apply for the upcoming virtual training course “The cellular basis of life: current insights and tools for teaching ” this October. Deadline: 10 October
ESA’s Teach with Space initiative offers a wealth of different classroom activities and resources that make use of space topics in support of the teaching and learning of STEM disciplines in the classroom, at primary and secondary levels.
Wellcome Connecting Science in collaboration with EMBL ELLS and STEM Learning UK launched a free online course – Genomics for Educators aimed at teachers, science communicators and educators keen to increase their knowledge and confidence in engaging young people with genomics and biology.
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