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Gulf Bio Analytical Group of Companies 11h
We are delighted to be part of Science Week 2019 - an event that provides a better opportunity to explore the importance of science and its strategic majors. We thank the organizers College of Science (UAE University). Check out our booth!
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UST CSSC Apr 22
ERRATUM: For the BLOCKIES AWARDS, after deliberating the results again, it was a tie between 4B7 and 1MBio6. Therefore, both sections are the winners for this year's BLOCKIES. We are truly sorry for this mistake, and congratulations on both teams!
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Candy Medusa, artist, ocean advocate Mar 21
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Mr Scutt Mar 13
Rocket cars - slow motion of one of the launches.
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Mrs.Schneider Mar 17
students rocked SECME comps yesterday! So proud of our bottle rocket and mousetrap car teams!! The force is strong with these kids, watch out world!!
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Miss Huby Mar 13
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Sam Rickelton | North East Family Fun Mar 19
We loved our trip to in - loads to do AND it's free! Perfect for a day trips or as part of a weekend break with tweens: . . .
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Broomhill Primary School Mar 27
Another exceptional piece of P7 homework. Sonny in P7(2). used his skills to convey a powerful message in this piece of work about Alan Turing. Sonny created his own soundtrack and animated it with "over 1,000 drawings!".
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A Voice For Choice Mar 23
'Anonymous letter' sent to journal results in a study, which implicated aluminum-containing as culprit in the decline of sheep , to be withdrawn from journal.
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RSPB Rye Meads Mar 21
Brilliant photos from last week's where students from Wormley Primary School learnt about the wildlife on our RSPB Rye Meads reserve. Want to inspire the future scientists in your class (Primary & Secondary)? Visit:
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Maaria Khan Mar 14
Y4 and Y3 came together for and investigated slime! It was so much fun......and not at all messy.....and Miss Khan totally didn’t have to apologise 1000 times to the cleaners........
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Mr Marshall's class Mar 27
Thanks to Y4 spent Tues am seeing exciting scientific projects in action at the Leeds Festival of science. The periodic table, checking heart rates, peering down microscopes, Y4 did it all. No wonder they had a lie down!
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Megan Hayes Apr 20
Fingers crossed MCSS is one of them . Would love you to join our activities Stay in touch.
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Brian Pulling Apr 18
Replying to @techgirl_9
It was an honour! Looking forward to seeing whats in store for !
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St Edwards Mar 15
We look forward to welcoming mums and female relatives into school today our annual event is always a highlight
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Bloxwich Academy Mar 18
Bloxwich academy host fantastic Silly Science workshops from for Year 7 and Year 5 also joined from Year 5 from Jubilee Primary Academy and Woodlands Primary Academy of Learning to mark
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Mr Scutt Mar 13
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Schools and community outreach at SHU Mar 22
We are happy to announce the winner of our Explore! poster competition in the '9 to 11 yrs' category... Bella! Well done - please email science-week@shu.ac.uk to collect your prize.
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Lisa Camilleri Mar 14
Well done to our brave students in Northern and Bakerloo Line classes who took part in a rat dissection today . High levels of interest with lots of mature questions.
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Research Retold Mar 18
Science is inspiring 🤩 But how can we be inspired if it isn’t communicated effectively? Hear from in why scientists should talk to the public 👩‍🔬
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