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José Gonçalves

Watch "Departing Space Station Commander Provides Tour of Orbital Laboratory" on YouTube - 3 views

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    Your into the #ISS
Alex Parker

ESMO 2019: Seven promising liquid biopsy companies at the conference - 2 views

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    Research and development (R&D) in liquid biopsy is increasingly being funded by both public and private sectors due to its promising features such as early detection of cancer tumour, new lesion characterisation and identification of cancer drug target.
Alex Parker

Digital health intervention companies in ESMO 2019 conference - 2 views

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    Digital health interventions (DHIs) are fast emerging as vital tools to promote personal health and provide essential services. DHIs can be accessed through mobile phones, tablets and computers, as well as serve as effective support systems to improve personal health.
Amy Roediger

ChemCollective - 2 views

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    online resources to teach and learn chemistry
Amy Roediger

Insurance Institute for High way Safety in the Classroom - 2 views

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    A free educational resource about the science of car crashes for grades 5-12 STEM classrooms.
Amy Roediger

Chemistry: Challenges and Solutions - 2 views

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    This is an Annenberg Learner Course with videos, visuals, animations, interactives, and text.
Martin Burrett

Nova Elements - 1 views

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    "A great chemistry app for PC, Mac and iPad which lets you explore the molecular composition of everyday objects."
Alex Parker

Future energy savers: Will radiative cooling be the next big energy saver? - 1 views

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    For a few years a team of academics in the US has been on a quest to revolutionise the way buildings are cooled. Now, ongoing research by one of them could be about to deliver one of the biggest gamechangers to building management, as Andrew Tunnicliffe finds out.
Martin Burrett

STEM across the school - 0 views

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    "The importance of offering a broad curriculum within the school system cannot be over-stated, allowing students to explore a range of topics that spark their interest, and potentially inspire them to follow a career path that can have a positive impact on their lives, society and the environment. STEM activities (built around Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) offer a broad range of opportunities, opening up the potential of enquiry based learning that is relevant to the world we live in. Many education systems globally place a great emphasis on a STEM curriculum for all students, no matter of age, race, gender or ability, but what STEM based activities work best in your setting, helping students see the world differently, and potentially inspiring to enter STEM careers of the future?"
Martin Burrett

Book: MasterClass in Science Education by @DrKeithSTaber via @BloomsburyAcad - 0 views

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    "In his new book, Professor Keith Taber reassures practicing and training science teachers, as he explores a range of issues faced by secondary school educators and discusses strategies for teaching the nature of scientific knowledge, making practical work effective and challenging young scientists. Throughout the academic prose, Professor Taber reflects on the nature of scientific knowledge in science education encouraging creating narratives, challenging misconceptions, and exploring principles of constructive teaching. The book continues with exploring specific challenges, such as teaching electrical circuits to lower secondary school students, along with a chapter dedicated to supporting gifted students who excel at the subjects."
Sandra Goodrich

http://abacus.gene.ucl.ac.uk/will/files/TreeOfLife.pdf - 0 views

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    tree of life cladogram
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