The Association for Science Education

Explore the ASE Annual Conference 2015 Exhibition

Explore the best science education providers - Free entry form

The Exhibition gives you the opportunity to explore over 100 providers and find useful advice, equipment with hands-on demonstrations, competitions and lots of giveaways. Exhibition entry is free and you don't have to be an ASE Member. Registered delegates get automatic access but if you're not-registered you can still tour the Exhibition free of charge by completing this form and returning to the conference registration desk in the Palmer Building, University of Reading. This will give you unlimited access to the Exhibition but not to other parts of the conference and sessions. Tea and coffee will be served throughout each day, so you can take time to relax in between exploring the stands.

Don't forget to take part in our free prize draw for your chance to win a tablet, simply collect 8 different stamps from stands in the exhibition.

Conference Partners and other exhibitors (A-Z)

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    With thanks to our conference sponsors               OCR, Gratnells, Practical Action, Timstar            and TTS.

Our Partners


Stand: B20 Contact: Devas Street, Manchester, M15 6EX Tel: 0161 958 3859 (A-level) / 01483 477 756 (GCSE) Email: Web: In the changing world of science, teachers want to know more about the future of A-levels and GCSEs. Visit us on stand B20 to discuss our new A-level specifications and to understand the fresh approach to practical work. Or join us to talk about the upcoming changes to GCSEs. Our team is ready to offer you information, support and resources to help you teach the new specifications. Target Audience: secondary

Oxford University Press

Stand: AS10 Contact: Great Clarendon Street, Oxford, OX2 6DP Tel: 01865353795 Email: Web: Oxford University Press provides support and resources for secondary science teachers. Visit stand AS10 to take a look at our range of resources for 11-18, including new A Level resources for the upcoming 2015 specifications, Activate for KS3, plus next generation Kerboodle, which contains new functionality and support for running creative and effective lessons. Look out for our sessions on preparing for GCSE success, and formative assessment for the new linear A Levels. Target Audience: secondary

Scientific & Chemical Supplies Ltd

Stand: BS40 Contact: Carlton House, Livingstone Road, Bilston WV14 0QZ Tel: 01902 402402 Email: Web: At SciChem we aim to bring you a range of products that make a real and valued difference to practical science lessons. Building on our team’s experience and technical expertise as well as our in-depth understanding of the science curriculum means that we are able to bring you a range of Chemicals, Equipment, Lab Essentials and Consumables that completely meet the needs of school science departments. Visit our stand for hands-on and interactive demonstrations of our market leading and exclusive equipment – which includes PASCO datalogging and physics equipment, Lascells physics products and many more. You will also get the chance to win some exciting prizes!  Target Audience: both

Exhibitors (A-Z)


Stand: B57 Contact: APEC, 71 Fieldway, Chalfont St Peter, Gerrards Cross, Buckinghamshire, SL9 9SQ Tel: +44 1753 885222 Fax: +44 1753 887634 Email: Web: Visit the stand to pick up your free copy of Gratnells' fourth report, School Science Architecture Special Report Part Four: Accommodation Design. The report's author, Andy Piggott, will be on stand to discuss any questions you have about the design of science labs and accommodation. Target Audience: secondary

Animal Aid

Stand: B75 Contact: The Old Chapel, Bradford Street, Tonbridge, Kent, TN9 1AW Tel: 01732 364546 ext 230 Fax: 01732 366533 Email: Web: The Animal Aid Education Department provides a range of free education resources on animal welfare topics for secondary students and teachers. We also have a free school talks service. Visit our stall to pick up a free DVD and student activity pack on animal experiments. Target Audience: secondary

BIOZONE Learning Media (UK) Ltd

Stand: B87 Contact: Unit 5-6 Greenline Business Park, Wellington Street, Burton upon Trent, DE14 2AS Tel: 01283 530 366 Fax: 01283 831 900 Email: Web: BIOZONE is a market-leading publisher of biology student workbooks and Presentation Media (editable PowerPoints) for A-level Biology. The books comprise hundreds of write-on activities and explanatory diagrams, with specific editions written for AQA, OCR, Edexcel and IB Diploma Biology. Target Audience: secondary

British Model Flying Association / Sky Hi Products

Stand: B89 Contact: 403 Mossy Lea Road, Wrigthington, Wigan, Lancs., WN6 9SB Tel: 01257 452624 Fax: 01257 452624 Email: Web: British Model Flying Association's Education Program, teaches the science of flight and the practical use of tools using a range of specifically designed model aircraft. The program used in both Primary and Secondary schools(as well as some universities)giving the opportunity for cross-curricular work. Find out about BMFA events for schools and the University and Schools Heavy Lift Challenge. Sky Hi Products has a development program-see full range of kits, equipment & services on the stand. Target Audience: both


Stand: A24 Contact: The Langton Star Centre, Simon Langton Grammar School for Boys, Langton Lane, Nackington Road, Canterbury, CT4 7AS Tel: Email: Web: CERN@school is a programme for school students - driven by school students - that brings technology from CERN into the classroom to inspire the next generation of scientists and engineers. CERN@school provides access to data from space, CERN and from ground-based detectors, for students to use to do real scientific research (can be used for EPQs), with support from our resident scientist. Come along to the stand to try out the detector and learn about how the project can benefit your pupils. Target Audience: secondary


Stand: B7 Contact: The Gardiner Building, Brunel Science Park, Kingston Lane, Uxbridge, UB8 3PQ Tel: 01895 251496 Fax: 01895 814372 Email: Web: CLEAPSS is an advisory service providing support in science and technology for a consortium of local authorities and their schools including establishments for pupils with special needs. Come and see us on Stand B7 and in the Practical Hub where you will be able to get 'hands on' and carry out practical work and make equipment you can take away and use tomorrow in school. Plus don't forgot to collect your now infamous FREE 2015 #CLEAPSSMug - Tweet it in use to @CLEAPSS Target Audience: both

Centre for Alternative Technology (CAT)

Stand: B85 Contact: Machynlleth, Powys, Wales, SY20 8BQ Tel: 01654705953 Email: Web: CAT is an inspiring place to learn about energy, climate change and sustainability. It is ideal for day visits and residential stays at primary, secondary and graduate level, with outstanding educational facilities. The centre's experienced teachers offer tailored tuition that links to the Science, Geography and DT curriculum. Target Audience: both

Classroom Medics

Stand: B54 Contact: Creative Industries Centre, Wolverhampton Science Park, Glaisher Drive, Wolverhampton, WV10 1YG Tel: Email: Web: Classroom Medics are all about showing people both young and old the opportunities that science and STEM can provide. We visit schools & events with a pop up hospital and sports science lab so students can experience using real medical and sports science kit to get an insight into these amazing areas. Target Audience: secondary

Data Harvest

Stand: BS82 Contact: 1 Eden Court, Leighton Buzzard, Bedfordshire, LU7 4FY Tel: 01525 373666 Fax: 01525 851638 Email: Web: Data Harvest have been market leaders in Data Logging hardware and software for over 30 years. Our revolutionary Wi-Fi logger allows a complete class of tablets/PC's to be connected at once. Come to our stand and have a go! We will also be showing Wi-Fi microscopes and Educational K'NEX. Target Audience: both

Digital Explorer

Stand: B28 Contact: 1 Medway Mews Tel: 07531 920351 Email: Web: Digital Explorer is an award-winning education social enterprise. A pioneer in the development of innovative real-world learning programmes, Digital Explorer supports teachers and pupils in schools internationally to engage with and take action on critical global issues from cultural conflict to climate change. Target Audience: both


Stand: B31 Contact: Public Health England, Primary Care Unit, Gloucestershire Royal Hospital Tel: Email: Web: e-Bug educates children and young people about microbes, hygiene and the spread, treatment and prevention of infection, and has a bank of resources for both junior and senior students, which are freely available for teachers to use. If you think microbes – think e-Bug. Target Audience: both

eChalk Ltd

Stand: A37 Contact: PO Box 170, Penarth CF64 9AU Tel: Fax: 0870 990 5749 Email: Web: It's science, but not as you know it! Meet space shepherd, princess on rollerskates, rocket rooster and others bringing games-based learning (and irreverent cartoon humour) to the STEM curriculum. eChalk's popular interactive games, quizzes, animations and simulations work across the board for educational play on tablets, PCs and IWBs. Target Audience: both

Field Studies Council

Stand: B86 Contact: Head Office, Preston Montford, Montford Bridge, Shrewsbury, SY4 1HW Tel: 01743 852100 Fax: 01743 852101 Email: Web: Field Studies Council, FSC, is an environmental education charity providing informative and enjoyable opportunities for people of all ages and abilities to discover, explore, and understand the environment. FSC has over 70 years experience and we are passionate about our cause and long-standing history of helping people to develop their biology, ecology and taxonomy knowledge. One way we do this is through our network of UK field centres offering biology fieldwork at all levels. Target Audience: both

FullDome Reality

Stand: B38 Contact: Kimworthy Cottage, Bradworthy, Holsworthy, Devon. EX22 7RP Tel: 0845 8330838 Email: Web: The FullDome Reality system is a complete affordable state of the art digital Mobile Planetarium and an immersive Cinema. A beautiful and accurate depiction of the night sky can be complimented with stunning immersive films to make the FullDome Reality system an indispensable teaching aid across the curriculum including media studies. Target Audience: both

Gatekeeper Educational Ltd

Stand: A69 Contact: Yew Cottage, Cackle Street, Nutley, East Sussex. TN22 3DY. Tel: 01825 712203 Email: Web: Gatekeeper Educational specialises in producing resources for the easy identification of common British plants and animals. They are perfect for fulfilling the environmental requirements of the new National Science Curriculum, being attractive, scientifically accurate, easy to use and suitable for all ages. Target Audience: primary

Hodder Education

Stand: A68 Contact: 338 Euston Road, London, NW1 3BH Tel: 02078736221 Fax: 02078736299 Email: Web: As a leading Science publisher, we help teachers and students learn through our high quality resources and training events. We provide innovative products to support the curriculum, including the new KS3 Science Progress and upcoming resources for 2015 A Level specifications. Dynamic learning is our online teaching and learning service. Target Audience: secondary

Instruments Direct Services Limited

Stand: B64 Contact: Unit 8 The Courtyard, Stenson Road, Coalville, LE67 4JP Tel: 01530 832500 Fax: 01530 817087 Email: Web: Greatly enhance your science lessons and bring modern teaching tools to your classroom with the multi-award winning Vernier data-logging range. From Standalone Data logging to BYOD, we have the solution to your needs. Come and see us for friendly advice and experiment ideas. Target Audience: both

Jonathan's Jungle Roadshow

Stand: AS52 Contact: Swindon, Wiltshire Tel: 07877 732290 Fax: N/A Email: Web: Jonathan's Jungle Roadshow provides professional Science Curriculum-based workshops using an amazing variety of live reptiles & invertebrates to bring Science education to life! Workshop subjects include Classification, Life Cycles, Habitats & Adaptation, Growth & Reproduction, Environmental Impact & Conservation and many more. All sessions are presented by former school teacher and lifelong naturalist Jonathan Cleverly; please come to meet some of his fabulous animals at the conference! Target Audience: both

Matrix TSL

Stand: AS78 Contact: 33 Gibbet Street, Halifax, HX1 5BA, West Yorkshire Tel: 01422 252380 Email: Web: Since 1993, we have developed a portfolio of award-winning products which have applications in Education and Industry. Locktronics is a range of products that simplifies the process of learning and teaching electricity and electronics. The expanding range now includes solutions for Electronics, Science, Technology, Engineering, and Automotive education. Locktronics has a wide range of customers from Primary schools up to universities, and is used in more than 10,000 schools world-wide. Target Audience: both

Molymod Models - Spiring Ltd

Stand: AS51 Contact: Spiring Enterprises Ltd Unit 8E Gillmans Ind. Estate Natts Lane Billingshurst West Sussex RH14 9EZ Tel: +44(0)1403 782387 Fax: +44(0) 1403 785215 Email: Web: Spiring Enterprises Limited, inventor and sole manufacturer of the molymod molecular & atomic system of models, the advanced miniDNA abstract system for modelling DNA (Replication), RNA (Transcription/translation)/protein synthesis. Range comprises sets, kits and spare parts suitable for Chemistry, Biology and General science courses at school, college or university levels. Target Audience: secondary

Mr G's Science Shows Ltd

Stand: A85 Contact: Cheddar, Somerset Tel: 01934 740477 Email: Web: We offer a range of Science shows, Workshops and CPD/INSET that excite and educate children of all ages. Recently we developed “Science Club in a BOX” which contains some fantastic Science based experiments. Currently we have four boxes available to buy. Each box comes fully equipped with the materials, children’s worksheets, teacher notes and prepping up notes needed to run 5 x 1 hr sessions for up to 20 children. Target Audience: both

NaRiKa Corporation

Stand: AS95 Contact: 5-3-10 Sotokanda, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo, 101-0021 Tel: +81 3 3833 0741 Fax: +81 3 3836 1725 Email: Web: NaRiKa Corporation is Japanese supplier of scientific educational materials mainly for primary and secondary schools. We have been in business for 96 years and you are all welcome in our booth. On display will be our physics related products, especially Genecon (hand held DC generator), various static electricity products and products related to dynamics. All together with our original curriculum - lesson plan for teachers and handbook for students how to use our products to full extent. Target Audience: both

Philip Harris Education

Stand: A42 Contact: 2 Gregory Street, Hyde, SK14 4HR Tel: 0845 120 4520 Fax: 0800 138 8881 Email: Web: Philip Harris provides excellent science education resources, trusted by schools, labs and universities worldwide. Our product ranges care for every budget, cover key curriculum investigations, are ideal for STEM clubs and every aspect of practical science! Visit our stand - we'll be delighted to talk to you about our latest products! Target Audience: secondary

Royal Microscopical Society

Stand: BS81 Contact: 37/38 St Clements, Oxford OX4 1AJ Tel: 01865 254761 Fax: 01865 791237 Email: Web: The Royal Microscopical Society has launched the Microscope Activity Kit for Primary Schools, fully-equipped boxes available on loan that contain all you need for a term's worth of exciting lessons. Visit our stand and see the great results that can be achieved. We challenge you to look without saying "Wow". Target Audience: primary

Royal Society of Chemistry

Stand: B16 Contact: Thomas Graham House, Milton Road, Cambridge, CB4 1LS Tel: Email: Web: The Royal Society of Chemistry is the world's leading chemistry community, advancing excellence in the chemical sciences. With over 49,000 members and a knowledge business that spans the globe, we are the UK's professional body for chemical scientists; a not-for-profit organisation with 170 years of history and an international vision for the future. We promote, support and celebrate chemistry. We work to shape the future of the chemical sciences – for the benefit of science and humanity. Target Audience: both

SAS Curriculum Pathways

Stand: B66 Contact: Wittington House, Henley Road, Medmenham, Marlow Buckinghamshire, SL7 2EB Tel: 07743162030 Email: Web: Available at no cost, SAS Curriculum Pathways provides interactive online resources in the core subjects. SAS Curriculum Pathways focuses on topics where doing, seeing and listening provide information and encourage insights in ways conventional methods cannot. Come to stand B66 to find out more and register for the free-to-use resources. Target Audience: secondary


Stand: A23 Contact: Department of Physics, University of Surrey, Guildford, GU2 7XH Tel: Email: Web: SEPnet (the South East Physics Network) is a consortium of university physics departments working together to promote physics. We have an outreach team with dedicated physics activities for delivery on campus and in school for free. Visit our stand to learn about the range of activities we offer for secondary and primary schools and to have a go at some of our hands-on demonstrations, including particle physics LEGO and a thermal camera. Target Audience: both

Sphere Science Limited

Stand: B4 Contact: PO Box 2350, Luton, Beds. LU4 9AQ Tel: 01582 612214 Fax: 01582 612214 Email: Web: We provide a series of practical workshops that develop scientific skills. We offer the SEEDS Project (a lunch-time science club run by Y5 pupils for Y2 pupils) and the SPLATS Project (older students running a science day for primary pupils). We have experience of teacher training and delivering CPD/INSET. Target Audience: both

University of York Science Education Group

Stand: AS14 Contact: University of York, Heslington, York, YO10 5DD Tel: 01904 322601 Fax: 01904 322605 Email: Web: The University of York Science Education Group incorporates the Centre for Innovation and Research in Science Education and CIEC Promoting Science. We work with teachers, awarding bodies, publishers, My Science, the Science Learning Centres, and industry to develop innovative courses and support materials for science at Key Stages 1-5. Target Audience: both


Stand: BS32 Contact: 41 Industrial Park, Wakefield, WF2 0XE Tel: 01924 834 834 Email: Web: YPO has been providing savings to schools for over forty years. Our extensive range of over 27,000 products features essential and specialist science resources with free delivery and no minimum order on stock items. 100% public sector owned, we returned £2.1 million to 20,000 customers in 2014. Target Audience: both