Traditionally we consider infection to arise from viruses, bacteria and parasites.
Karen E. Marshall
Keith explores some of the barriers to understanding our chemical environment, covering the areas of atomic particles and burning in particular.
Interactive sessions with pupils from years 9-13 to encourage critical thinking around health claims; specific teaching on evidence-based medicine
Natural arsenic salts are present in all waters, with natural concentrations of less than 10 parts per billion (ppb).
From the University of Lincoln, a study concerns the effect of existing health literacy on decisions being made in trying to control problems due t
A course for high school students to inspire them about veterinary medicine science content through activities that help them relate the subject ma
There has recently been an increase in interest in the application of mathematics in science, and the mathematical requirements associated with usi
Nutrition labelling, which helps consumers to make informed choices, can be used as both a context and a vehicle for students to consolidate and ap
Yeung Chung Lee
Lifelab is a science-based approach to changing teenagers' health-related attitudes and behaviour.