- Dr Rachel McCloy at the ASE Annual Conference 2013
Dr Rachel McCloy gives her Frontier Science lecture on The psychology and behavioural science of choice.
- Dr Danica Greetham at the ASE Annual Conference 2013
Dr Danica Greetham gives her Frontier Science lecture on the mathematics of human behaviour at the ASE Annual Conference 2013.
- Plan your visit to the ASE Annual Conference
Plan your visit to the ASE Annual Conference with our daily event list.
- International Day at the ASE Annual Conference
Visitors from all over the globe are being welcomed to the Association for Science Education’s Annual Conference in January 2013.
- Professor Ian Givens at the ASE Annual Conference 2013
Professor Ian Givens gives his Frontier Science lecture on Milk in our diet. Is it good or bad for health?
- ASE urges schools to seek specialist advice when building labs
The ASE is stressing the importance of specialist advice when building science laboratories following the Department for Education’s unveiling of a new set of design specifications for constructing schools.
- Professor Penny Johnes at the ASE Annual Conference 2013
Professor Penny Johnes talks 20th Century impacts on the global nitrogen cycle.
- Dr Richard Allan on climate change and space
Dr Richard Allan will talk about monitoring climate change
in space at his Frontier Science lecture at the ASE Annual Conference in January.
- Professor Martin Rees to become the ASE’s President in 2013
One of science’s most eminent figures has been announced as the next president of the Association for Science Education.
- Professor Hal Sosabowski returns to ASE Annual Conference
OCR is delighted to welcome back 'Dr Hal' Sosabowski science consultant on ITV's Ministry of Mayhem, well known for his Bigger Bang! Show to the ASE Annual Conference.