This work was an interesting project which started off with an idea of how to encourage pupils to do more practical work in Physics, and ended up being part of a Science Action Physics research …
WordPress is a very a flexible platform for Education communicators to bring together all the facets of elearning they want their pupils to see. I personally use WordPress as the main part of animatedscience which enables me to pull together …
KS3 Revision Quizzes
If you wish to revise a topic, pick from the list and you can do a quick revision of the topic. The quizzes work in HTML so are good for a mobile …
This selection of resources will help you prepare and practice for any questions which involve mathematics or practical ideas.
iGCSE Key Terminology in Context
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Air Propelled Car
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This software download half_life_102 is an MSI in a ZIP file. So just unzip for windows any version (inc Windows 7). It then installs locally and gives you a full suite of animations and games to …
This is all about an interesting piece of quite old action educational research produced by Robert Stevens and Barak Rosenshine and has revised many times over.
They were trying to produce a commonality between lessons and …
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This page covers the radioactivity section of the course. Take care not to mix units when calculating decay equations. For instance, you may encounter activities given in Becquerel’s and count rates stated in counts per minute; …
Why hasn’t the US eradicated the plague?
By Vanessa BarfordBBC News, Washington DC
15 October 2015
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A dozen notorious crimes – the evidence that helped solve them
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How did the word ’boutique’ become ubiquitous?
Seatbelt rules loosened in Abkhazia
It’s nearly 50 years since the US landed men on the moon, …
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Caffeinated plants give bees a buzz
By Victoria GillScience reporter, BBC News
A morning caffeine dose is something that so many of us find irresistible, and according to research, foraging bees seek a similar buzz.
Many plants produce caffeine in their nectar, primarily as a naturally bitter deterrent against plant-devouring insects, like caterpillars.
An experiment with artificial nectar has …
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New Horizons: Tension mounts over Pluto signal – https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/science-environment-33531751
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Large Hadron Collider discovers new pentaquark particle – https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/science-environment-33517492
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Harnessing the sun with the blackest paint in the world –
https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-32931928Image captionBack to black: This might just look like black paint – but it’s probably the blackest black paint in the world
In a cramped laboratory on the campus of the University of California San Diego (UCSD), graduate student Lizzie Caldwell is hard at work, painting tiny …
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Killer starfish threaten Great Barrier Reef – https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/science-environment-26183209
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Roar of the rutting stag: why men have deep voices
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Memory alloy bounces back into shape 10 million times – https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/science-environment-32886000
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