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“You Should ask Wallace” - Theatr na n’Óg

The play tells the story of Alfred Russel Wallace (1823 -1913), a Victorian naturalist, who was born in Wales, and who discovered the theory of evolution, and then shared the idea with Charles Darwin... and as they say the rest is history.

A Night in the Stars

After Stargazing Live returned to BBC2 in early January the ASE is hosting a spectacular event designed to inspire everyone – from the complete beginner to the enthusiastic amateur to make the most of the night sky. There will be activities indoor and outdoor as well free tea and coffee.

Chemistry in Context - Bangor University

Dayna Mason - Education Coordinator Wales for Royal Society of Chemistry will introduce resources that are provided by RSC and activities. There will also be an opportunity to look at some demonstrations and experiments that could be used in Chemistry Clubs with Ks 3 and 4 including the global experiment: http://www.rsc.org/learn-chemistry/resource/res00001280/global-experiment-instructions-2013

Its Not Fair: Beyond the Fair Test

You are invited to an interactive workshop session with the engaging external speaker and author, Stuart Naylor, some of his most popular texts are Concept Cartoons and Creative Assessment.

Region 2 - Cymru Wales Newsletter - September 2013

Current newsletter - September 2013

Cymru Wales Newsletter Winter 2013

Cymru Wales Winter Newsletter 2013

Region 2 Cymru Wales Newsletter - September 2012

Region 2 Cymru Wales Newsletter - September 2012

Region 2 Cymru Wales Newsletter - Spring 2012

Region 2 Cymru Wales Newsletter - Spring 2012

ASE Guide to Science Education in Wales

This brief guide is written to help those who need to be well informed about Science Education in Wales.

ASE Guide to Science Education in Wales - Welsh Version

This brief guide is written to help those who need to be well informed about Science Education in Wales.

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