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The Best Science Events and Museums of 2015

Anyone can organise an event or activity, and the British Science Association helps organisers plan by providing free activity and support resources More…

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The Science of Spin

With Wimbledon coming up, we thought it would be fitting to think about spinning tennis balls. The basic spin shots in tennis are topspin, backspin, and slice or side-spin on the serve. The spinning of tennis balls is defined by … More…

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Michael Gove’s GCSE Proposals

What initial conclusions about the future of GCSE exams can we draw from the mountain of documents which Michael Gove and the Department for Education released last week? And who will the winners and losers be if these proposals come … More…

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