Meet the new editorial team and learn what's in store for Science in School this year.
How have scientists been working to tackle COVID-19 during the pandemic? This interview from European XFEL gives some interesting insight.
Beyond the five senses: Some bacteria can sense magnetic fields. Learn how they do this and how this could help us design nanorobots.
A study of 200 million-year-old teeth from the earliest mammals suggests that they may have lived more like reptiles.
Fusion and fission: both release energy, but how do these processes differ and what are the implications for electricity generation?
Ever wondered what the weather is like on planets outside our solar system? Scientists have recently discovered an exoplanet where it rains iron!
You may know that Science in School is published by EIROforum, but who are the EIROs and what can they offer teachers?
A motion picture is worth a thousand words.
Take a look at some of our favourite articles from recent issues of Science in School.
Explore phase transitions between different states of matter through a series of engaging hands-on experiments.
How do scientists piece together genomic information from sequencing data? Play these two fun online puzzles to find out.
Your mission: Land an intrepid egg-naut safely on the surface of the moon and learn about classical mechanics along the way.