Motivate and engage your students with the interdisciplinary school projects run by the European Space Agency (ESA).
Science fiction can be an engaging starting point for scientific discussions. Learn how one research group is using Star Wars to introduce students to accelerator science.
Organ-on-chip technology can simulate key properties of human physiology. Advanced systems could even one day be used to replace animals in medical research.
When talking of finite resources, the chemical elements themselves are often overlooked. Learn more about elements in danger.
Capturing the moment: to use artificial photosynthesis to produce clean energy, we need to better understand it first. Learn about how X-ray free-electron lasers can help.
Drop by drop: Learn about pH chemistry and neutralization reactions, and produce wonderful colours using microscale methods that are cheap, quick, and easy.
The PDB Art project aims to make science more accessible and inspire young people to explore the beauty of proteins by bringing together art and science.
Need inspiration for teaching about fresh water on Earth? Try these Earthlearningideas for classroom activities that can be performed with very little equipment.
Build your own virtual particle accelerator with the aid of the acceleratAR app and gain a hands-on, immersive understanding of how these machines work.
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