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Minibeast trackers

In this session children use their senses to look, listen and touch their way around their outdoor space - encouraging a sense of curiosity that could lead to adventures and imaginative play.

This lesson enables students to:

  • Treat animals in the environment with care and sensitivity
  • ...

Immunology - infographics

A set of posters with useful key facts which could be used in a marketplace activity on immunity.

Topics included:

  • autoimmunity
  • cancer immunotherapy
  • meningitis
  • primary immunodeficiency
  • secondary immunodeficiency
  • rheumatoid arthritis
  • vaccines...

Earth Sciences and Environmental Sciences information - Suffolk and Norfolk

'Geologists are among the busiest and happiest of mankind.
What is it that they find so fascinating and exhilarating?'
(Prof HL Hawkins)



Relevant job titles
Ecologist -...

Tuberculosis: Can the Spread of This Killer Disease be Halted?

With an increase in tuberculosis (TB) throughout the world during the 21st century, this resource looks at what scientists are doing to combat a disease that many believed was a problem of the past. The TB fact file describes the disease, its symptoms and incidence and reviews current research into its cause, [i]...

H1N1 Swine Flu Pandemic

This booklet, from the Microbiology Society, gives an overview of the swine flu story so far. In eight pages it covers the disease, the causal virus, how it is transmitted, who is affected and how the disease can be treated. The National Immunisation Programme, international pandemic preparedness and the...

Malaria: a Global Challenge

Malaria is one of the world's biggest killers. It infects up to 250 million and kills nearly 800,000 people per year. This resource, from the Microbiology Society, takes a look at the history of the disease along with its causes, diagnosis, treatment and the prevention strategies employed to tackle this global...

Influenza: a Seasonal Disease

Influenza or flu is a common viral infection of the upper respiratory tract. This resource, from the Microbiology Society, gives an overview of the disease, how the infection is transmitted, infection, replication of the virus inside the body, the immune response and how vaccines are developed. It also explores the...


The resource, from the Microbiology Society, clarifies the difference between HIV and AIDS. The booklet describes the HIV virus, how it replicates and how it causes the disease. The stages of the infection are charted and transmission of HIV is explained, together with sections covering tests, treatments and work...

Microbes and Climate Change

This booklet, from the Microbiology Society, discusses the role microbes could play in tackling global climate change. The resource provides an overview of the effect of greenhouse gases on climate and the role of microbes in the carbon and nitrogen cycles. Carbon-fixation in cyanobacteria and the carbon-releasing...

Cholera: Death by Diarrhoea

Cholera is an infectious disease caused by the bacterium [i]Vibrio cholerae[/i]. There have been seven worldwide disease outbreaks or pandemics since 1817, killing millions of people and infecting millions more. This resource, from the Microbiology Society, charts the history of the disease and investigates the...


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