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World Town Planning Day Schools Competition

The Royal Town Planning Institute is calling on 7-18 year olds to enter the 2017 World Town Planning Day Schools Competition. Using up to 5 images, entrants need to show how they would make their local place more: Inclusive: Planning for everyone, regardless of age, ability, gender or background. Resilient: Planning for a place that […]

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BP’s Ultimate STEM Challenge is back

The Ultimate STEM Challenge is back in partnership with the Science Museum and STEM Learning, and this year we’re inviting students aged 11 to 14 to help create a more sustainable future. Students choose from one of three challenges based around the theme of My Sustainable Future: Handy Hydro, Parched Plants or Brilliant Biogas. What […]

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‘Biochemistry: The Molecules of Life’ MOOC

The Biochemical Society has launched its Massive Open Online Course (MOOC), ‘Biochemistry: The Molecules of Life’, which will start on FutureLearn on 26th June, and is ideal for students to do between the end of exams and the summer holidays. This free, three week long course (3 hours per week) is targeted at 15-19 year […]

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Lancashire Science Festival 2017 proposals

The Lancashire Science Festival 2017 will be open from 29 June to 1 July and is held at the University of Central Lancashire’s Preston campus. The 2016 festival reached over 17,000 people and we are hoping to replicate this for 2017. But…we need you! Applications are now open for submissions to this year’s festival. We […]