Register for the ASE Summer Celebration Conference before 24th May and you will be entered for the prize draw to win a signed copy of ITCH by the BBC’s Simon Mayo, about the element-hunting hero.
Don’t miss this summer’s lineup of #ASEchat special guest hosts as we talk SexEd, STEM ambassadors and science trips.
Show off a great experiment, trial a new lesson plan or host a workshop. If you have an interest in science education and have something to share, then submit a session proposal.
- Serious concerns for practical science spending in schools
New evidence shows that there are worrying variations of spending on practical science in schools. The Association for Science Education is part of SCORE (a collaboration of organisations which aims to improve science education in UK)
- Science for stories, science for all and science for scientists! Programme Announced for ASE Summer Celebration Conference
Simon Mayo, Professor Robin Millar and ASE President, Lord Martin Rees announced in the line-up for the ASE Summer Celebration Conference 2013, 27-28 June. View the latest Programme announcements and Key Speakers.
- ASE Response to Government's draft National Curriculum - The aims need to be clear
ASE responds to the consultation on the draft National Curriculum. ASE Chief Executive comments on the need for clear aims and support in a period of change.
Science & Education News from the BBC
- GPS 'improves early tsunami alerts'
GPS data could provide faster and more accurate early warning systems for tsunamis, a study suggests.
- VIDEO: Islands start 'puffin census'
A "puffin census" has started on the Farne Islands in Northumberland, with National Trust rangers surveying how many breeding pairs of the birds live there.
- AUDIO: Has global warming stalled?
Has global warming plateaued? As the critics say, the past decade has seen hardly any change in global air temperatures. If warming has stalled, what are the implications for climate change policy? The BBC's environment analyst Roger Harrabin reports.
- Late arrival for rare butterflies
The UK's spring butterflies are being welcomed by enthusiasts, but weeks later than they usually arrive.
- In pictures: Raw power of the Sun
The raw power of the Sun as it unleashes the strongest radiation storms yet seen in 2013
- The Ice Age giants of North America
Scientists get their hands dirty as they attempt to unravel the mystery of giant Ice Age beasts like the sabretooth cat.