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News from National Science and Engineering Week
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Press coverage for National Science Week up by over a quarter!
A stunning image of a clam’s siphon is amongst the winners of the Illuminate competition to capture the colour in science.
Scottish pupils lead the way in declaring how they would be joining in Click for the Climate.
Prime Minister Tony Blair, Olympic athlete Colin Jackson and TV scientist Professor Robert Winston are all joining in Click for the Climate and promising to reduce their energy consumption over National Science Week.
How many scientists does it take to change a light bulb?
The BA issued a challenge to the five major supermarket chains to reduce the price of their energy-saving bulbs during National Science Week - find out how they responded.
Fitting an energy-saving bulb at No 10
People from Afro-Caribbean groups may be amongst the most under-represented in science, but as National Science Week nears, two scientists from the Black community are leading the fore to engage young people in science
A groundbreaking exhibition uncovering the lost history of Muslim science and invention is beginning its UK-wide tour at the Manchester Museum of Science & Industry as part of National Science Week.
Colin Challen MP has tabled an Early Day Motion on behalf of National Science Week, asking MPs to support the Week and sign up for Click for the Climate.
Which of these words do you wish applied to your job: creative, challenging, exciting, unusual or stimulating?
Science is a colourful subject, both literally and in its exciting discoveries, so as part of National Science Week, we are launching Illuminate, a photography competition aimed at capturing the colour in science.
Whether planning a week of science-related activities for your school or looking for something interesting to do in your classroom or home, it’s time to get planning for National Science Week
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