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

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


This new project is producing guidance to enable science departments to develop a policy for practical science.


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


ASE has just published its flagship guide to science for secondary teachers. Members receive 50% off standard RRP.


From Autumn 2018, the Teaching and Leadership Innovation Fund (TLIF) will provide free CPD for primary and secondary teachers to develop the critical