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Genomics, Society and Health – Genomics, decision-making and risk

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How will this increased knowledge of genomes impact on society A group of the UK's leading experts in genetics, medics and bioethics discuss some of the ethical and social issues in modern genomic research and testin...

Japan – Teaching Science

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See Japan's response to a shortage of science learners Japan faces one of the same issues with science education that we face here in the UK - a serious shortage of take-up for science in secondary education, with fa...

Engineering Gold

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Professor Peter Styring designs some self-lubricating skis While watching some kids liberally smearing their skis with all kinds of substances, from vegetable oil to washing up liquid, Professor Peter Styring had one...

Genes and Disease

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A look at modern genetic research for secondary science lessons Susie Murray has a rare inherited heart condition called long QT, which if left untreated can lead to rapid heart beats, blackouts and even sudden death...

Genomics, Society and Health

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A discussion of modern genomic issues for secondary science Over the past three decades our knowledge about genetics has increased dramatically. New research techniques such as genome-wide association studies and bi...

Genomics, Society and Health – Personality and Behaviour

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How genomic research may further our understanding of personality A group of the UK's leading experts in genetics, medics and bioethics discuss how genomic research may help in understanding personality and behaviour...

How Science Works – Bad Vibes

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Professor Trevor Cox's quest for the worst sound in the world Ever wondered what the worst sound in the world is? Acoustic engineer Professor Trevor Cox did. He developed an internet experiment that reached over one ...

Chasing the Wind

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Dr Maggie Aderin's wind pattern study to examine climate change Our climate is changing. Is it our fault? And what can we do about it? These are questions that are difficult to answer - but answer them we must. And t...

Teaching the KS3/4 Role Play Lesson

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Learning about a healthy diet in Key Stage 3 and 4 science Matthew Tosh introduces a Key Stage 3 Science lesson using the Fisherman?s Ring role play technique. Lewis Gomez, a Chemistry teacher at Woodkirk High Schoo...

DIY Nuclear Power Reactor

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Investigating building your own powerstation for KS4 science If you want to solve the world's energy needs, why not get your mates together and build your very own nuclear power plant? The programme goes to Finland...

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