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3 mins Science Debate Kit - Stem Cells
Part of the series Learning From the News A KS3/4 science resource about stem cells

Series

How Science Works
Climate change, the worst sounds in the world, self-lubricating skis and more: contemporary scientists and educational experts come together in an exciting approach to the most challenging aspects of GCSE science.
(12 programmes)

Secondary how science works videos

20 mins Genetic Engineering
This programme looks at the subject of genetics and asks what exactly is genetic engineering, DNA and cloning?
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15 mins How Science Works - Bad Vibes
Part of the series How Science Works
Acoustic engineer Professor Trevor Cox has developed a far-reaching internet experiment to discover the worst sound in the world.
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25 mins That's My Baby
Part of the series GCSEase: Real Science
This programme examines the science of fertility treatment.
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15 mins KS3 Antarctica - Science Teachers in the Freezer
Discover out why the continent of Antarctica is so good for scientific research as we examine two experiments carried out by British school teachers on a recent expedition to the polar region. One experiment looks at the effects of cold on the human body, ...
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15 mins KS3/4 Science - Demonstrating Biology: Aviflu
Pupils at Garth Hill College are amazed to find out how quickly viruses can spread when they play a harmless but fun game of Aviflu with their classmates. Year 9 teacher Diane Wilson begins her lesson by encouraging her pupils to think about different types ...
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15 mins KS3/4 Science - Big Screen Science: The Perry Pigger Show
This animated film tackles the complex subject of xenotransplantation using the format of a popular chat show hosted by a pig named Perry Pigger. Teaching a subject like xenotransplantation, can be testing, so using a cartoon character and a familiar, easy ...
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3 mins Science Debate Kit - Stem Cells
Part of the series Learning From the News
A four year old girl who has been blind since birth has been able to see her parents for the first time after having pioneering stem cell treatment in China. This classroom resource is for Key Stage 3 and 4 science and PSHE students.
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3 mins Careers: Rocket Scientist
Part of the series Secondary Lesson Starters
A rocket scientist talks about why she finds her career so exciting, in this classroom resource designed for use in a Key Stage 3/4 PSHE or science class.
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3 mins Astronomy: Inside a Telescope
Part of the series Secondary Lesson Starters
A rocket scientist tours a huge telescope in South Africa, in this lesson starter on astronomy for Key Stage 3/4 science pupils.
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15 mins In The Classroom
Part of the series How Science Works
King Edward VII School in Sheffield try out some of the activities connected to the How Science Works programmes.
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