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The Royal Society of Chemistry Posters

From the Royal Society of Chemistry, these posters illustrate some of the science careers available to students, for example: food scientist, analytical chemist, formulation scientist, materials scientist and chemist. Bright and stimulating, they make students think about science areas such as pharmaceuticals,...

Young Engineers - Poster Series

Produced by Young Engineers and the Royal Academy of Engineering, these posters help students to think about some careers in engineering that they may never have considered, such as: sound engineering, flood prevention, developing camera technology or surgical equipment. The posters also pose engineering challenges...

Medical Physics Posters

From the Institute of Physics (IOP) and the Institute of Physics and Engineering in Medicine (IPEM), these posters illustrate the uses of physics in medicine. The posters cover a range of topics, including:
* Electromagnetic spectrum
* The use of radioactivity
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John Gray

This STEMNET resource introduces John Gray who is a specialist engineer for the BBC. His role is crucial in ensuring that the programme production system used by local radio stations across England works properly.

John was at university studying for a degree in Computational Physics when he first worked for...

The D-Files

The D-Files, produced by the Science and Technology Facilities Council (STFC), have been written by science teachers and LEA science advisors, with help from staff, on topics chosen by themselves as being those most appropriate to the Key Stages Three and Four age level. They are intended as a fun activity which...

Where Would Social Science Be Without Maths?

A poster for teachers to use within the classroom, produced by the Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC). On the front is a timeline featuring prominent figures who developed the use of statistics, with accompanying teachers’ notes on the back. The timeline looks at landmark events in social science from 1662...

More Maths Grads Posters

Produced by More Maths Grads, these bright posters are intended for use in schools to illustrate the range of opportunities that mathematics can open. These include the aerospace industry, architecture, navigation technologies, biological sciences, music and sport.

Secondary: Hand Hygiene

Produced by the Health Protection Agency, this e-Bug resource contains teacher guidance, stimulus materials and student activity suggestions. It considers the need for effective hand washing to limit the spread of infections.

Students carry out an experiment to observe how microbes can spread from person...

The Structure of Matter

This poster looks at the structure of matter. One side of the poster discusses the limits of imaging with light and the use of electron microscopes, and looks at the 20th century pioneers – from J. J. Thomson’s plum pudding model, through Rutherford and Chadwick’s advances in understanding the nucleus, to the use...

A Century of Crystallography

This poster, from the Science and Technology Facilities Council, celebrates 100 years since two scientists in the UK pioneered a technique for crystallography.

Crystallography uses x-rays to create a diffraction pattern to examine the atomic structure of crystals. The poster explains Bragg’s Law, which...

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