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Issue: September 2014 354

Extract: Diagnosis for Classroom Success: Making Anatomy and Physiology Come Alive - Nicole H. Maller Global Industries Uncovered: The Pharmaceutical Industry - Richard Spilsbury The Elements: An Illustrated History of the Periodic Table - Tom Jackson The Universe: An Illustrated History of Astronomy - Tom Jackson Dice Word: Science and Life in a Random Universe - Brian Clegg

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Issue: September 2014 354

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Issue: September 2014 354

Contents and Editorial

Issue: June 2014 353

Author: Geoff Auty, School Science Review Editor

Extract: After a very full theme focusing on the science curriculum in March, this edition returns to the roots of School Science Review, with a random selection of material sent in mostly by teachers in the spirit of‘this worked for me, you might like to try it’.

Science Notes: Interdisciplinary teaching of biology and physical education

Issue: June 2014 353

Author: Claas Wegner, Katharina Spintzyk, Friederike Strehlke, Lea Minnaert and Bernd Gröben

Science Notes: Dilution of a weak acid

Issue: June 2014 353

Author: Christopher Talbot and Chooi Khee Wai

Science Notes: The Clubbers’ Guide: School biology clubs

Issue: June 2014 353

Author: Sue Howarth

The Presidential Address 2014: Teaching and learning: the long view

Issue: June 2014 353

Author: Professor Alice Roberts

Extract: What makes us uniquely human? The Presidential Address delivered to the Association for Science Education Annual Conference, University of Birmingham, January 2014.

Chicken eggs: which comes first – the expected results or the science?

Issue: June 2014 353

Author: Karen Haydock

Extract: Students used shell-less chicken eggs to study osmosis; unexpected results led them to learn more about science than about eggs.

The development of a new practical activity: using microorganisms to model gas cycling

Issue: June 2014 353

Author: James Redfern, Dariel Burdass and Joanna Verran

Extract: A simple practical activity that illustrates gas cycling – algae produce oxygen which is used by yeast, and yeast produce carbon dioxide which is used by algae.

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