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Ugly Cures *suitable for home teaching*

Chemicals within the cells of living things may provide the basis of a host of treatments in the fight against disease. Two hundred different secretions with medical properties have been isolated from frog skins alone, including antibiotics which could be used to treat resistant strains of disease such as MRSA....

bp Energy Outlook 2035

The Outlook highlights the continuous change in the energy system – the changing fuel mix, the changing patterns of trade – as it adapts to meet the world’s growing energy needs. It also highlights the challenge of delivering energy supplies which are sustainable, secure and affordable. The Outlook emphasizes...

Practical Guide to Hydroponics

This publication is for anyone interested in teaching a range of skills and knowledge to children that is fun, exciting and hands on. The publication covers the basics of Hydroponics and how to reduce the amount of plastic waste by making Hydroponic systems using one-time-use plastic bottles and containers.

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Native v invasive species game

Can you match the native species and invasive non-native species images to the correct names and put them under the correct headings? Cut out the images and headings and use as a game to test learning alongside invasive species id guides.

This game can be made more or less challenging for a wide range of...

Visualising DNA, RNA & Proteins Jalview School Workbook Resources

Visualising DNA, RNA & Proteins Jalview School Workbook

Visualising DNA, RNA and proteins workbook is aimed at 16-18-year-old High School/Secondary School students studying Higher, Advanced Higher or A level biology. It contains easy-to-use, hands-on exercises...

Civil engineer: transport links

Oliver works for Mott MacDonald and help to build transport links. This includes providing an access road to a new hospital. Oliver got to use lots of different new software and come up with a 3D model of the access road and bridges along it.

Design engineer: building services

Senior Design Engineer Lee helps to make buildings as energy-efficient and environmentally friendly as possible. Lee started out as an apprentice at NG Bailey, learning and applying engineering skills in work. He's now in his final year studying for a degree in building services engineering.

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Freelance sound engineer

Eloise is the creative whizz engineering the sound behind radio drama. She needs to use technical recording equipment to make a play sound as realistic as possible, transporting the listener to Germany, Paris, a swimming pool, or wherever the play is set. Eloise dropped into Tomorrow's Engineers on her way to Radio...

Civil engineer: Thames Tideway Tunnel

Sue Hitchcock is a civil engineer working on the Thames Tideway Tunnel, a new engineering project which, along with the Lee Tunnel and upgrade of London's major sewage treatment works, will update London's Victorian sewer system to cope with the many millions more people now living and working in the capital.

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Electronics engineer

Cadac makes sound desks and mixing consoles for exciting shows across the UK such as The Lion King and The Rolling Stones' tours . Glenn helps to design, write software for and test the mixing desks.

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