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Science Notes: Teaching valence shell electron pair repulsion (VSEPR) theory

Issue: June 2013 349

Author: Christopher Talbot and Choo Tong Neo

Science Notes: What’s in a symbol?

Issue: June 2013 349

Author: Stuart Leadstone

Pinhole camera method – lens camera observation

Issue: June 2013 349

Author: Stephen Rowcliffe with additional material by Geoff Auty

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Issue: June 2013 349

Science Notes: The Clubbers’ Guide

Issue: June 2013 349

Extract: Creating a buzz around school Sue Howarth Relevance of science through ownership: why study the bumblebee? Duncan Short with Ben Kurzman and Fiona Wilson

The Presidential Address 2013: Promoting enthusiasm, imparting knowledge! Science for the general population and science for future researchers must all start in the school curriculum

Issue: June 2013 349

Author: Martin Rees, Lord Rees of Ludlow

Extract: The Presidential Address delivered to the Association for Science Education Annual Conference, University of Reading, January 2013

What everyone should know about archeans

Issue: June 2013 349

Author: Peter Freeland

Extract: The evolutionary status of archeans has recently been enhanced through studies of the role they played in the formation of multicellular life forms and their ability to colonise extreme environments.

A working model of natural selection illustrated by table tennis

Issue: June 2013 349

Author: Muhittin Dinç, Selda Kılıç and Caner Aladağ

Extract: A model using table tennis balls can demonstrate the gradual elimination of unfit alleles in progressive generations.

Teaching evolution at A-level: is ‘intelligent design’ a scientific theory that merits inclusion in the biology syllabus?

Issue: June 2013 349

Author: Peter Freeland

Extract: Evolutionary theory should be taught in schools without fear or favour; while many aspects of the process can be supported by good evidence, ‘intelligent design’ is not one of them.

Terrific trichomes (and other specialised cells) in African violets: how to get a lot from one plant in the classroom

Issue: June 2013 349

Author: Vicki M. Cottrell

Extract: African violets are ideal for investigating specialised cells and structures under the microscope.

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