A negative result from a medical test means you definitely don’t have the condition, right? Wrong: it depends on the false negative rate of the test and on your individual risk.
Find out about up-coming Science in School webinars, which are hosted by different EIROforum member institutions.
How can we look inside opaque structures to discover their properties without destroying them? Join us to discover how the neutron and x-ray imaging facilities at ILL allow scientists from all over the world to obtain detailed three-dimensional images of important objects and materials.
Discover teaching events and activities offered by the EIROforum member institutions.
Wellcome Connecting Science in collaboration with EMBL ELLS and STEM Learning UK launched a free online course – Genomics for Educators aimed at teachers, science communicators and educators keen to increase their knowledge and confidence in engaging young people with genomics and biology.
Apply to virtually visit EMBL (Autumn/Winter 2021) with your school group. The visits (45- 90min) feature educational talks enriched by EMBL’s scientific advances, inspiring insights into life of scientists, informational talks highlighting varied career paths and a peek into EMBL labs.
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