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Magnus Larsson: Turning Dunes into Architecture

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Thomas Heatherwick: Building the Seed Cathedral

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British Science Week: secondary activity (2016)

This resource pack is aimed at supporting teachers during British Science Week, but can be used at any time of year.  The theme for 2016 is all about the different spaces where science can be found and done. The focus is on the following types of space:Built space:Building a modular clinicBuilding a pyramid...
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Lesson 5: What are the factors of the coral reef ecosystem?

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GCSE Physics questions in Context

These resources will help students apply their physics knowledge and understanding, by giving them the opportunity to practice responding to questions set in unfamiliar contexts. Network Rail have developed these question and answer banks to support students and teachers with applying some of the more...
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Lesson 3: Ocean acidification - Research in action

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Printing in Three Dimensions

This Catalyst article looks at 3D printing, a new technology which is rapidly finding applications. Although probably too slow for mass production it is useful for producing prototypes and tailor-made items. In a 3D printer, layers of polymer beads are printed one on top of the other. Heat melts the polymer beads so...
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Huff and Puff: Designing a Device for Measuring Exhalation Volume

This resource provides a cross-curricular design and technology project which links to work on the lungs and respiration. Children design and make a device to measure maximal exhalation volume. They also discover more about the work of biomedical engineers throughout the process. This resource was designed for use...
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The Science of Making Stone Age Cheese

Using the context of archaeological science, students investigate the food and diet of the people of Stonehenge and the nearby settlement of Durrington Walls, 4500 years ago. There are opportunities for students to test rates of reactions between milk and acids or enzymes used in cheese making, to consider the effect...
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