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Your career in cancer research

This booklet provides useful information on a variety of routes into a career in cancer research including the fields of mathematics, computer science, chemistry, biochemistry, physics, medicine and non-research roles.

ESERO-UK resource audit

This audit of space related educational material was commissioned by the UK Space Agency and the ESERO-UK, in support of their future education campaigns. This report summarises the findings of the Space Education Resources Review that took place between November 2017 and April 2018. The report is divided into...

Marsquake: seismology on another planet

The MarsQuake project provides a set of teaching resources and classroom activities that can use real data and images sent back from the 2018 NASA InSight mission to Mars.

Aimed at 11–18 year-olds (KS 3, 4 and 5), these activities include modelling and locating meteorite impacts, or marsquakes, which will...

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...

How many gigatons of carbon dioxide? (infographic)

David McCandless is a data journalist and information designer with a passion for visualizing information with the minimum of words. We've picked out his visual representation of the effects of rising atmospheric carbon dioxide levels, but there are many more which are so...

Infections and diseases - wanted posters

A series of posters presenting details and characteristics of the following diseases: HIV/AIDS, avian flu, diabetes, sclerosis, tuberculosis, polio, arthritis, and smallpox.

 

How does space affect the human body?

This infographic, from the Canadian Space Agency, describes how microgravity and increased radiation levels in space can affect astronauts' blood, circulation, muscles, nervous system, eyes, bones and DNA.

Human heart structure

Labelled diagram showing the structure of the heart.

Cost of creating a new medicine

This animation provides an introduction to different phases of drug discovery and development, as well as issues influencing the cost and affordability of new medicines.

UK Chemistry Olympiad

The Chemistry Olympiad is the leading chemistry competition for students in higher education across the UK. Run annually, the Olympiad is an opportunity to stretch and challenge post-16 Chemistry students by testing their chemical knowledge.  

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