Did you know that CERN runs national and international teacher programs every year? Submit your application and get ready to inspire and be inspired at the home of the Large Hadron Collider (LHC)!
Use the Education corner on the Eurostat website to bring real-life data to your class and teach your students about statistics.
We all know that DNA → RNA → protein. But did you know that some genes don't encode proteins but rather RNAs with important cellular functions?
A waste of space: years of human activity in space have left thousands of objects in orbit around the Earth. Learn more about the risks they pose and what we can do about it.
Learn how to do quantitative chemistry experiments involving reaction rates using microscale techniques that are relatively easy and quick to set up, without expensive equipment.
Which is better: tap or bottled water? Try these activities based on simple analyses, a debate, and a blind tasting to learn about drinking water and encourage sustainable habits.
Picture sequences provide engaging opportunities for students to explore the concepts of speed and acceleration using supplied digital images or their own smartphones.
Learn about a variety of biochemical aspects of honey through a series of simple experiments using the sugary product of bees.