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- Research Week: Angela explains what isotopes can tell us
Today's featured researcher is Isotope Geochemist, Dr Angela Lamb whose research shed light on the lifestyle of King Richard III, the famous king found in a Leicester car park in 2012.
- Research Week: Kimberly explains what disease, drones and deforestation have in common
Day three of our research week and we are delighted to have today's featured researcher, Dr Kimberly Fornace, tell us about how she spends her time doing fieldwork to try to understand the spread of disease and trying not to crash drones!
- Research Week: Stephanie tells us about research into hospital outbreaks
This week we are featuring researchers who have shared their stories about what attracted them to a career in science. Today, Professor Stephanie Dancer, tells us about how her work preventing patients getting infections in hospitals. Stephanie is a Consultant Microbiologist and Professor of Microbiology.
- Research Week: Beth tells us about life as a Plant Scientist
This week we are celebrating cutting-edge research in the classroom and we have some real life researchers share their stories about what attracted them to a career in science. Today, Plant Research Scientist, Dr Beth Penrose, shares her story about how she moved from studying art to discovering her a passion for science.
- ASE Statement: Primary Assessment
ASE releases a statement today to summarise good assessment practice for primary and cross-phase practitioners.
- School makes history with video contact with ISS
Hundreds of students made history last night as their school became the first in the world to make video link via amateur radio with the International Space Station.
- Our #FavouriteFemaleScientist
Today is the UN International Day of Women and Girls in Science. Who is your #FavouriteFemaleScientist?
- Expense paid trip to Nashville! International exchange of best practice
Teacher Scholarship announced for NSTA Conference in Nashville, USA from 30th March – 3rd April 2016. Apply now!!
- Celebrate the Year of Fieldwork 2016 with us
For 2016, ASE is delighted to support the Year of Fieldwork, alongside the Geographical Association, Royal Geographic Society with IBG and Field Studies Council. We are committed to providing at least one fieldwork related workshop or presentation at each of our major regional events during 2016.
- Opportunity for educators to gain publishing experience with ASE publications group
We are looking for enthusiastic members to help with the publications group. Activities include quality assurance, carrying out objective reviews, and strategic planning to increase revenue and promote membership benefits.