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Fastbleep Pharmacy: Research Experience Day

Issue: February 2016 263

Author: David G. Allison and Sarah Forbes

Extract: This School-University Partnership Initiative introduces Year 12 (age 17) high school pupils from the Greater Manchester area to a pharmacy-based research experience activity at the University of Manchester.

Inspire your students to choose a career in science

Issue: February 2016 263

Extract: With the debate raging about the decline in secondary school pupils studying the STEM subjects and the worrying effect that this could have on the future UK economy, it is more important than ever to get young people inspired and excited about science-related careers.

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Issue: February 2016 263

Contacts

Issue: February 2016 263

Contents

Issue: November 2015 262

Editorial

Issue: November 2015 262

Author: ASE CEO, Shaun Reason, reflects on the number of recent science-based films and asks whether they have an affect on science uptake in schools?

ASE in Action

Issue: November 2015 262

ASE: Special feature on space science in schools

Issue: November 2015 262

Extract: Jeremy Curtis, Head of Education and Skills at the UK Space Agency, writes: As Tim Peake, the first British European Space Agency astronaut enters the vital last few weeks of training before he is launched to the International Space Station (ISS) on 15th December, we take a moment to consider the impact of space on education in the UK.

ASE AGM 2016 Agenda

Issue: November 2015 262

Making the link between science and global poverty reduction

Issue: November 2015 262

Extract: Gareth Price and Stuart Bevins explain how an education project involving four partners across Europe is aiming to highlight how science and technology can be powerful forces for good in the fight for global development.

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