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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

19/11/2018

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

02/11/2018

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

01/11/2018

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

30/10/2018

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

29/10/2018

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

30/09/2018