Microscope in Action is a hands-on educational resource for teaching fluorescence microscopy in the classroom and beyond
Europe is throwing a party for Gregor Mendel. Cities and institutes in Austria, the Czech Republic, Germany, and the United Kingdom invite you to a year of events honouring the father of genetics.
Trees are incredible chemical factories that capture carbon dioxide and produce the oxygen we breathe, but they produce other chemicals too. We need to understand their effect in the atmosphere to get the most out of tree-planting initiatives.
How can you measure a beam of particles without interfering with it? The answer: by using a curtain of supersonic gas.
When life gives you lemons: use limonene to explore molecular properties with your students and show them the scientific method in action.
All teachers have at least one favourite experiment that they are eager to share. Read on to learn more about monthly experiment sharing sessions and discover some low-cost physics experiments to try out in your own classroom.
Sketch graphs from ‘story’ videos of everyday events to help students understand the basic features of graphs and how to interpret them.