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This Catalyst article investigates how polymer materials can be designed and printed with electrical properties that allow them to be used in wearable electronic devices. The article is from Catalyst: Secondary Science Review 2015, Volume 26, Issue 2.
Astrobiologist Dr. Lewis Dartnell talks from the Atacama Desert about a research trip to find extremophiles that might give scientists some clues as to the kind of life that may exist on the surface of Mars. Lewis shows how quartz can act as a natural sunscreen to enable cyanobacteria to grow in the dry desert...
Dr Claire Cousins and Mark Fox-Powell explain how scientists look at life that exists in extreme environments on Earth, to see what kind of life scientists might see on the surface of Mars. This knowledge helps scientists plan the best target for a rover.
Professor Cockell takes us through the astrobiology...
In this activity students make a Gratzel solar cell and generate electricity.
Requires purchase of a solar cell kit.
This handy guide has been produced with a view to helping others deal with the practicalities of starting up a STEM Club. The guide includes advice on the following:
- Decide on why you want to set up a STEM club
- Approach people who might be interested in getting involved
- Timing ...
This series of five videos describes what one needs to consider when setting up a STEM club, and the range of different ways in which one can approach it.
Benefits of setting up a club
What to do and how to do it...
The four videos below focus on the impact of STEM clubs on achievement, opportunities for staff CPD, and the awards and competitions open to clubs.
Awards and competitions
The videos below describe how to create your own club identity, extend the impact of a club, and how to establish successful relationships with other schools and a local community.
Working with your local community
Working with other schools...
In this activitiy students make a photoelectrochemical cell in a straw using drinking draws and raspberries. A 45-60 minute activity.
Drinking straws, solder wire, voltmeter and generally-available chemicals and equipment.
This resource was...
In this activity students construct a spectroscope using card, DVD and smartphone camera.
DVD, smartphone, card, glue.