Hello all, apologies for the lack of posting lately- we have been all over the place in the last few weeks, with Talk Science courses in Edinburgh, Portsmouth, and Belfast; several courses and teacher events in London; MuseumNext conference in Barcelona (an awful place to have to visit, as you can well imagine) - and tomorrow we leave for ECSITE science communication conference in France, to deliver a workshop about How Science Works and the changing nature of scientific knowledge through time
Bear with us whilst we get our heads on straight… In the meantime, here’s a few interesting and useful links to get stuck into!
- The Exploratorium in San Francisco has some brilliant Teaching Tips podcasts - why not browse their collection?
- Sign up for our e-news, and the Royal Society’s Education Newsletter for up-to-the-minute info on new resources, courses and opportunities for educators, and more.
- Watch loads of videos on the Science Museum’s Youtube channel, from our opinion-generating Pregnant Man to an interview with Peter Higgs.
- Subscribe to the Wellcome Trust’s free Big Picture magazine- a fantastic resource for biologists (and a great read for all).
- Explore the Science News Review, aka ‘science news for the average citizen’ blog for oddball research and fascinating factoids. Did you know that a pigeon has better self-recognition than a 3-year old human child?