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Stirling engine

Presentations on how the Stirling Engine, or 'Hot Air Engine', works using a Low Temperature Stirling Engine as the model. One of the presentations is an animation of the complete cycle of operation.

How the Diesel Engine works

Various presentations and work sheets on how the diesel engine works. Includes animated presention of the 4 stroke engine cycle and a work sheet examining the extent to which our modern lives depend upon engines.

Composition of Air Model

A 'cut out and glue' model demonstrating the proportions of the various gases in the composition of air

National engineering competition for girls

  • Talent 2030’s National Engineering competition for girls is a free competition that runs every year and offers girls the chance to win £500 for themselves and £500 for their school. The competition invites girls to solve the major challenges of the 21st century...

Video Clips - What do you in Antarctica?

Video Clips - STEM Careers with BAS on RSS David Attenborough

Find out about what scientists at British Antarctic Survey think about their jobs

https://www.bas.ac.uk/jobs/careers-at-bas/science/video-...

Mass Spectroscopy

This resource looks at how cutting edge science is being used to answer archaeological questions, as well as solving present day problems, such as the identification of meat in processed foods. Analysis of mitochondrial DNA was performed, at the University of York, on samples from skeletal remains unearthed by the...

Microsoft Access Tutorial - My Holiday Home

This tutorial provides detailed instructions on creating a Microsoft Access database using an example that manages the lettings of a holiday villa in France or Spain.

It will provide students and teachers with an in-depth understanding of MS Access and an ability to design and construct their own databases...

Bivariate data

This Core Maths resource includes data from which students can calculate correlation coefficients. The resources includes a card sort that matches up scatter-graphs, data tables and product moment correlation coefficients. 

The teachers' notes give detailed teaching suggestions on how to introduce and...

What can you lift?

In this task students are required to estimate dimensions and use given densities to calculate an estimate for the mass of a number of objects. Calculators and/or spreadsheets are recommended when substituting into the formulae for the volume and mass of the solids.

The teachers' notes give a suggested...

Olympic medal ranking

This Core Maths task looks at how countries are ranked at the 2012 Olympic Games. Students use Excel to order the data and are asked to comment on whether the ranking is fair. This activity is designed to then lead to a discussion of weighted rankings.

The teachers' notes give an outline of the task and...

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