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This is a link to my blog "Enabling technologies".
This blog is aimed at anyone and everyone from those of you still at school, college and university to professionals.
Enabling technologies concerns some of the latest and best technologies that have emerged with the purpose of moving science and healthcare forwards.
I will be blogging once every month so click the subscribe button to get updates of new topics!
This is my blog where I break down complex and current research in order that the public might understand the current and exciting fields currently being researched. I am always looking for questions to answer so please stop by, sign up and get asking.
Website for a theatre-in-education project for Key Stage 3 pupils.
A play challenging perceptions of science and engineering in society toured to schools in the West Midlands.
The project is a collaboration between The University of Birmingham, Gazebo Theatre In Education and Matt Turner, with funding from the Engineering and Physical Science Research Council.
Great debate and activity resources for Biology, clinical research, medical ethics, cancer research, clinical trials, diseases & vaccineshttp://www.centreofthecell.org/lessonplans/index.php
Resource titles for Key Stages 2, 3, 4 & 5:
Disease detection and diagnosis
Risk factors of disease
Choosing the sex of babies: ethical debate