Turning the tide: celebrate World Oceans Day in your classroom with ocean articles spanning the breadth of STEM subjects, from biology to physics.
Future food: would you bite into a test-tube burger or a Petri dish steak? How do we make lab-grown meat, and what might it mean for health, farming, and the environment?
Explore the everyday science behind the quest to harness fusion energy – the energy that powers the stars – in a safe way here on Earth.
Everybody dance now: students hold ropes and dance to form a topological tangle. Using fraction arithmetic, the knot will finally be untied!
Wherever we live, we affect and are affected by the ocean. Track down escaped rubber ducks, raise mountains, and feel the Sun’s heat to learn more.
Fantastic beasts: take a microscopic moss safari and learn about the diverse and resilient organisms that live in this challenging habitat.
Play the part: students take on the roles of different components of a synapse to act out synaptic transmission and learn about neurobiology.
On the shoulders of giants: follow in the footsteps of Eratosthenes and measure the circumference of the Earth like he did 2300 years ago.