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Experiments on Coralline Algae as a Model to Examine the Effects of Climate Change and Environmental Variation

There are teacher notes and student materials which describe the research into the potential effects of climate change on a Coralline algae species. Curriculum links include biodiversity, sampling techniques, student t test, Simpson’s Index, photosynthesis, climate change, ecology, ecosystems, adaptation, distribution...
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Quantum Tech Teacher guide GPS and Trilateration

Satellite navigation is a key technology for today’s society, allowing for global navigation on land, at sea and in the air. The technology depends upon accurate atomic clocks, which help us pinpoint our position to within a few metres. Developed by the UK Quantum Technology hubs, modern atomic clocks have...
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Quantum Tech Teacher guide Diffraction patterns

Practical use of diffraction gratings include emission spectra as well as explorations of the wave-particle nature of light and the interference patterns that emerge.This resource supports teachers to build on established lab practical activities, introducing contextual links into cutting edge quantum research and...
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Quantum Tech Student Activity Laser Cooling

Lasers can be used to heat things up, and also to cool them down. Using carefully tuned lasers, scientists in the UK quantum technology hubs are able to slow atoms down to just a few centimetres per second, colder than the background of the universe. Students will learn about practical applications of atomic...
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Quantum Tech Student Activity GPS and Trilateration

Satellite navigation is a key technology for today’s society, allowing for global navigation on land, at sea and in the air. The technology depends upon accurate atomic clocks, which help us pinpoint our position to within a few metres. Developed by the UK Quantum Technology hubs, modern atomic clocks have...
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Quantum Tech Teacher guide Laser Cooling

Lasers can be used to heat things up, and also to cool them down. Using carefully tuned lasers, scientists in the UK quantum technology hubs are able to slow atoms down to just a few centimetres per second, colder than the background of the universe. Students will learn about practical applications of atomic...
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Making Tracks in Friction with Lubrizol

This resource has been created by the chemists and engineers at Lubrizol, a large chemical engineering firm, to explore the processes and challenges faced by them on a daily basis as they aim to develop the best blend of products to meet the requirements of their customers. These include helping vehicles run more...
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Resourcing the Primary Curriculum

Examples of activities which use a variety of enquiry skills: could be used as part of an insett activity/in school training on incorporating all these enquiry types into the curriculum.
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PrintLab’s 3D Printing Guide for Teachers

A comprehensive, 60-page PDF guide detailing everything you need to know about 3D printing in the classroom. The chapters included in this guide are:An Introduction to 3D PrintingGetting 3D Printable FilesPreparing Files for 3D Printing3D Printing Tips for the ClassroomIntegrating 3D Printing into the...
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Is there witchcraft and wizardry in the real world?

You may think that magic and spells only exist in your favourite books and movies. But can we make magic in the real world? This resource investigates how you can use science to make things change colour and state, or even disappear.The activities are introduced with a quick objective and a preparation guide....
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