Collaboration in an uncertain world
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In December 2022, the British Science Association hosted its thought leadership event, For Thought. Invited senior professionals in science, business, policy and civil society discussed the theme of 'Collaboration in an uncertain world'. We share some of the highlights in this blog ..read more
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As teachers' stress levels are rise, we offer support
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2w ago
We discuss at the stats from the latest Teacher Wellbeing Index, which show that stress among education staff in rising, and look at the resources and funding we offer that aims to alleviate some of the pressure ..read more
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Championing migrant voices in science
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1M ago
In this two-part blog, we speak to researchers who have helped support migrant scientist colleagues, and share some of the work we’ve been doing directly with community groups – explaining why this work is so important to achieving our mission ..read more
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Introducing our new Chief Executive
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In October 2022, Hannah Russell took up the role of Chief Executive at the British Science Association. In this blog, we get to know more about her ..read more
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Living with disabilities, not obstacles
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1M ago
To mark International Day of Persons with Disabilities, we've looked back at the work we've done to support disabled people of all ages to engage with STEM, and the scientists and engineers who are working to improve the lives of disabled people ..read more
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The missing majority: Children and young people at COP27
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2M ago
For the first time, young people were invited to participate in global negotiations at COP27. We asked young people about their thoughts on the climate crisis, and delve into why the recognition of young people as stakeholders in developing climate policies is so important ..read more
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Community Buddies: Reflections from community organisers and researchers
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2M ago
We caught up with the Community Leaders and researchers involved in our first two years of the programme to hear about their experiences and reflections ..read more
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No more COP outs, please
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2M ago
As COP27 enters its second week, the British Science Association explores the wins from COP26 and asks its network, including Ade Adepitan, what they want to see from the meeting ..read more
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As school underfunding bites, what is the future of design & technology?
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2M ago
With news that state schools could be forced to cut creative subjects including design and technology (D&T) as they grapple with diminished budgets, we explore what the ramifications could be for young people's futures and society ..read more
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How the stress of poverty can impact education
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2M ago
To mark Stress Awareness Day on 2 November, we explore how the toxic stress of living in disadvantaged households and communities can impact children and young people's ability to fulfil their potential in the classroom. We ask if more can be done to ensure no-one is living below the poverty line; it is a base requirement for equal opportunities ..read more
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