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Last summer we ran a Forensic Science day - How to use a crime scene to teach practical forensic science at levels 2 & 3.
The resources the course leaders created are available from the link below:
Regional STEM Advisors. The North East regional STEM conference is to be held on 23rd March 2012 in the city of Sunderland We are advertising regionally but of course you are all welcome. Please contact me if you require further details
Also, how are bookings going for your own regional conferences...
We hosted a CPD event in collaboration with the Eastern Science Learning Centre last Friday and the activities related to many aspects of the real world including medicine (using urease instead of conventional treatment for ulcers) and pollen for forensics. The feedback was excellent and...
Hi, a quick intro about myself. I am TecHKnow and I manage and own the Technician website at techknow.org.uk i also for the past nine years have managed the UCLAN Scitech Forums website at sciencetechnician.com. I always try to publish any useful news and information regarding STEM from the perspective of the UK...
I've made a list of links on the National STEM Centre eLibrary website for 16-19 Astrophysics. They are not exhaustive but I think they are some of the best.
Jenni Back is now in post as leader of the NCETM's Primary Host Schools Project and is looking for schools to act as Host Schools or Visiting Schools. You can find further details and application forms here: www.ncetm.org.uk/news/38430. Please do get in touch if you would like any further information.
I organised an event for A levelphysics teachers to help with the delivery of the tricky section on astronomy. It was led in part by Dr Paul Roche who was excellent. The day included a half hour slot when we were logged in to the Faulkes telescope in Australia and able to take live photographs...
I've made a list of links on the National STEM Centre eLibrary website for Science and Engineering Week.
I've made a list of links on the National STEM Centre eLibrary website and think you'll find these links of interest!
I've just updated the astrophysics list with a great new link. Take a look...