From Science upd8

These Science upd8 resources are designed to both develop science skills and show practical applications for classroom science through the context of particular careers.

The activities include:

  • The Mystery of the Levitating Train
  • Accident and Emergency
  • Polar Bears in Trouble
  • Death of an Angel
  • Instant Ice-Cream
  • One of our Scientists is Missing
  • In the Limelight
  • Think BIG

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The Mystery of the Levitating Train

In this Science upd8 activity students use their understanding of simple circuits, electricity and magnetism to diagnose and fix problems with the running of a magnetic train in a theme park.
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2000 - 2009

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Accident and Emergency

In this Science upd8 activity students take on the role of a hospital Family Liaison Officer. They carry out research around cells, tissues and organs and then explain a patient's injuries using this knowledge. The activity can help to broaden students' ideas about careers in medicine.
Publication date:
2000 - 2009

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Polar Bears in Trouble

In this Science upd8 activity students take on the role of a trainee documentary producer working for an environmental channel. The television programme scenario, ‘Bears in Trouble’, explores how rising temperatures in the Arctic could be endangering the survival of polar bears. Polar bears seem perfectly adapted to...
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2000 - 2009

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Death of an Angel

In this Science upd8 activity students take on the role of forensic science technicians who are acting as expert witnesses for the murder of Angel. Students analyse blood splatter patterns to check whether the murder weapon used was a hammer. They also watch a demonstration of a blood viscosity test to check whether...
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2000 - 2009

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