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Debate kit - electricity distribution

This kit is designed to facilitate a structured debate about whether electricity pylons should be built in the countryside. The different ‘rounds’ of the debate help students think through the issues and reconsider their opinions. The structure also shows them how to build a discussion and back up their opinions...

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Careers in Space workshop

The Careers in Space workshop included inputs from: * Vicki Hodges on Astrium's STEM Ambassadors programme * Rosalind Azouzi on Space Tourism and the Next Generation * Lloyd Marshall on Apprenticeship opportunities with Astrium

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2000 - 2009

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Importance of exploration

The Northern Lights have been the subject of wonder for millennia.  In this film, physicist Melanie Windridge explores the arctic in her search for the aurora borealis, or Nothern Lights.  She briefly explains how the Northern Lights are formed and the links between science and exploration.

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Silver Award: Triathlon

These materials look at three possible projects that relate to the bicycle used by an athlete in a triathlon: * Communications project - students gather information and give advice about which bike is suitable for a range of users. * Practical project - students undertake practical experiments to investigate the...

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Bronze Award: Future Travel

 These materials look at three possible projects that relate to sustainable travel.

* Communications project - students gather information and explain about ‘green’ transport policies, reducing and offsetting carbon footprints.

* Practical project - students investigate how to compare carbon dioxide...

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Where do trees get their mass from?

In this video, Derek Muller explores the question as to where the mass of a tree comes from.  He questions members of the public and explains how water, and carbon dioxide from the air, are used to make up most of the mass of the tree through the process of photosynthesis.

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Sparks from falling water - Kelvin's thunderstorm

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The most radioactive places on earth

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Will this go faster than light?

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World's first electric generator

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