Issue 38, 5 December 2016
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Science in School - Issue 38, 2016-12-05

Science in School - Issue 38, 2016-12-05

Hear from a Finnish physics teacher about his students' sky-high adventures in ESA's CanSat competition, explore the nature of fire, and understand the controversial new gene-editing technology, CRISPR-Cas9.

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From EIROforum, our publisher
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Take part in a 2.5 day training course for secondary-school biology teachers organised by EMBL's European Learning Laboratory for the Life Sciences from 19-21 March 2017. More information will be available in early January on the ELLS website

EUROfusion now offer a selection of education materials about fusion.

Teachers are invited to attend the open day of the Science on Stage international festival in Debrecen, Hungary, in Summer 2017.