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A new project aims to uncover a key moment in the history of science and tell the story of a famous fossil hunter.

The two workshops evaluated were DNA Fingerprinting using PCR and Gel Electrophoresis and Visualising Science. Each workshop lasts for between one


Last month, the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) issued a warning to schools regarding the supply to schools with asbestos-containing gauze mats.


ASE invites its members to reflect on the curriculum framework developments outlined by the Royal Society of Biology, the Royal Society of Chemistry


Two ASE members gain recognition in the Science Council's CPD Awards 2018. Congratulations to Diane Molyneux CSciTeach and Riona Redfearn CSciTeach.


Every Monday evening, 8 – 9pm during term times, we hold a twitter chat using the hashtag #ASEchat. Last month, we discussed what a science capital


The latest edition of Education in Science investigates whether different GCSE routes are creating inequality of opportunity for students. Check out