IRIS – extending young peoples’ participation and attainment in stem and promoting teachers and students as vital members of stem research communities
Girls Don’t Need Special, Gendered Initiatives to Get Inspired About STEM Subjects – Just Let Them be Scientists
Who inspired my thinking? – Young people, and teachers who encourage their creative thinking
How to enhance learning with real-life data
Why don’t we let young people contribute to cutting edge science at school?
How to avoid common mistakes in science writing
Abingdon Science Partnership on “That’s Oxfordshire” and the benefits of borrowing a detector from IRIS
Mysteries of the universe on the agenda at new Abingdon science club
Big data, big discoveries
NASA launches TimPix in the U.S.
CERN@sea pioneers ocean radiation level research
IRIS stars shine at Science Museum launch
High School Students Use NASA Data to Analyze Astronaut Radiation Exposure in Space
To think like scientists, students should work like scientists
Project tempts pupils with chance to contribute to science
'NASA wants to hear our findings': Meet the scientists breaking ground in diabetes treatment and mapping space radiation - and they're all still at school
IRIS Celebrates it’s Official Launch at the Science Museum. See the highlights here.
CERN coverage of the launch of the Institute for Research in Schools
Read Becky Parker’s blog on the TES website.
Listen to the coverage from the BBC World at One broadcast on the 4th March
School University partnership initiative gathering
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