Education | Better primary science as a step to addressing inequalities in STEM
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The Education Endowment Foundation have released new recommendations for how to improve teaching primary science. In this blog, our Head of Education, Maria Rossini, shows teachers how running CREST Awards can help teachers achieve each of the six recommendations ..read more
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Get eco-friendly with the British Science Week 2024 activity packs!
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The British Science Week 2024 activity packs for children and community groups are out now! The theme of the packs is 'Time', and in this blog, we look at activities across all four packs that look at the relationship between time and the steps we can take to protect the environment ..read more
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2023: Our past year, wrapped
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In our final blog post of the year, we wrap up all our hard work and achievements from 2023, including British Science Week, how science was brought to life at the British Science Festival, and the ways we've worked to engage diverse voices plus, much more ..read more
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Decolonising Medicine: Travelling through Time at the British Science Festival
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Dr Musarrat Maisha Reza and Dr Shalinee Dhayal discuss there experience as event organisers at the British Science Festival 2023 ..read more
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Sculptural Snogging – luscious lips and tantalising tongues
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Simon Hall, Visual Artist & GP Academic Clinical Fellow, Bristol, discusses his experience as event organisers at the British Science Festival 2023 ..read more
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Education | CREST Awards and design & technology – perfect bedfellows
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Design and technology is declining as a GCSE choice for students across the UK, but Matt James, a D&T teacher at a secondary school in Wales is on a mission to change that. We spoke to him about how he's using CREST in the curriculum to help bring D&T to life and link it to STEM, and ensure his students have a recognised achievement they can be proud of ..read more
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For Thought 2023: The future of food, education, and health
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On Tuesday 14 November, the British Science Association hosted its thought leadership event, For Thought. Speakers and attendees explored the role of science and innovation in the future of food, education, and health ..read more
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Splicing, talking, exploring and all-round good fun!
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Alice Thickett (PhD researcher at Manchester Metropolitan University) shares her experience applying and being an Award Lecture at the British Science Festival 2023 ..read more
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Get British Science Week 2024 on track!
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With the 30th anniversary of British Science Week approaching in March 2024, we've taken a look back at how STEM has evolved since 1994. As the Channel Tunnel opened that year, we've explored train technology - the developments in green travel over the last 30 years, and how can you incorporate this topic into your British Science Week plans ..read more
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Education | Green Careers Week – it’s about time
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To celebrate Green Careers Week on 6-11 November, we've explored why it's so important to encourage and foster students' aspiration to work to protect the environment, and rounded up some Smashing Stereotypes profiles to showcase people from different backgrounds working in green roles ..read more
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