Dr Karl – What causes Hiccups?

With an answer that ranges from your favourite organ to drinking your own pee, Dr Karl tackles the question “What causes hiccups?” They’re the annoying spasm that seems to always happen at the worst moment. But have you ever wondered … Continued

Sean Geoghegan – Meet a Medical Physicist

Sean uses physics and radiation to help treat cancer. Can used alongside Biological Sciences Curriculum for year 9 or Physical Sciences for year 10 as well as Work Studies Curriculum. Video Length: 10:59m Sean Geoghegan – Meet a Medical Physicist … Continued

Michelle is bringing sustainable food to the world

Word Count: 818 Michelle Grant crosses science and social sciences to influence food sustainability programs around the world. This piece finds out about a nontraditional STEM Career whilst considering aspects of Biology and Earth and Space Sciences Curriculum for years … Continued

Holy galloping ants

Word Count: 651 The Saharan silver ant clocks up record speeds over blistering hot sands. This article could be used to demonstrate an application of specific adaptations to students in years 5, 8, 9, and 10. Contextual maths and activity … Continued