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This poster gives students some amusing reasons why renewable energy is cool. When it is viewed electronically hyperlinks can be followed to related articles. It's great as a starting point for discussion, and why not ask students to design their own posters?
Poster illustrating renewable energy in action in developing countries.
O.R. is the science of better decision-making and this scheme encourages school-age students to grasp the real-life applications of mathematics.
These free sessions from the O.R. Society excite interest in STEM, get students to consider careers in analytics and help them see the world in a new way.
This Core Maths activity is based on the television programme ‘The Apprentice’ and was written by Core Maths students and their tutor. Examples of student work is also included.
The Apprentice: Guidance
The guide explains how the task was created and introduces the activity, including...
In this learning episode, from the Institute of Physics, students use an analogue experiment to illustrate electron scattering by quarks. In the model, magnets are concealed in a box. Their poles represent ‘charges’ which are probed using a freely-suspended magnet. This helps to demonstrate that each of the...
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,...
Produced by JIVE (Joint Interventions), this set of information posters are for employers to illustrate how organisations can support and inspire women to enter and progress in Science, Engineering Technology and the Built Environment.
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...
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.