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Making and running an agarose gel

A video guide for students illustrating the processes involved in running agarose gels in the laboratory.

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GENIE jumping genes

The aim of this activity is for students to use tiddlywinks to represent sections of jumping genes, which they then flick onto a poster which is representative of a section of the human genome. Where their "gene" lands either will or will not disrupt the gene and may then cause disease. An accompanying PowerPoint...

Bioethics briefing no 5: stem cells

Stem cells have the potential to develop into different cell types in the human body and as such, can be used for tissue repair or, perhaps in the distant...

Bioethics briefing no 4: xenotransplantation

As human-to-human transplantation has become more and more successful, it has almost become a victim of its own success. There is a shortage of donor organs...

Bioethics briefing no 3: preimplantation genetic diagnosis

This edition covers issues concerning assisted conception and "designer babies", which is a term which is often heard in the popular media. Today an ever-...

Bioethics briefing no 2: crop plant genetic modification

This issue covers the background in selective plant breeding over the centuries and then describes the more recent advances and the introduction of...

AQA Style Foundation Linear

This resource contains a set of Mathematics GCSE Foundation level examination papers in the style of the 2012-16 AQA examinations. Paper 1 is the non-calculator paper worth 70 marks. Paper 2 is the calculator paper worth 105 marks. The marking guides look very similar to the actual AQA GCSE mark schemes. There are...

AQA Style Higher Linear

This resource contains a set of Mathematics GCSE Higher level examination papers in the style of the 2012-16 AQA examinations. Paper 1 is the non-calculator paper worth 70 marks. Paper 2 is the calculator paper worth 105 marks. The marking guides look very similar to the actual AQA GCSE mark schemes. There are...

Adding Outwards

This activity is based upon addition and subtraction of integers, requiring students to find patterns and relationships, develop formulae and prove results.

The resource consists of printable worksheets, teachers' notes and solutions.

The activity can be extended by the use of algebra to explain...

Circles in a Triangle

In this activity, students are presented with a series of different sized equilateral triangles each containing a number of circles, each of radius one unit. Students are required to find the exact area of each triangle.

The activity is extended into three dimensions by considering the volume of shapes...

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