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Tom Pringle (AKA Dr Bunhead) shares some ideas for powering up the classroom by turning STEM into STEAM.
Meiosis using Lego building bricks; Making sense of the biochemistry of proteins with Blu-Tack; Teaching and learning aids; Investigating rusting:
In this activity children find out how the melting of glaciers can increase the sea levels and what the implications may be.
Diane Molyneux - ASE Member Wins Science Council 2018 CPD Awards International Women in Engineering Day
Hong Kong ASE International Conference - 19th November 2018, and the ASE International Day at the ASE Annual Conference 2019 at the University of B
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