51 Miscellaneous links found.
A Taste of Medicine
A website that gives students interested in a career in healthcare access to useful resources and information.
A compendium of this age's wonders, curiosities, and esoterica.
Thought-provoking answers to fascinating questions sparked by BBC programmes, the news, anniversaries and world events.
BitBox Battery Showdown
Most science departments go through a lot of batteries but which are the best? Check out Battery Showdown to find the answer
Unique and memorable workshops and activities that inspire and engage school pupils and the general public.
An award programme that guides schools on their sustainable journey and provides a framework to help embed these principles into the heart of school life.
Einstein's Big Idea
Illustrating Einstein's revision of Newtonian physics through a series of illustrated articles, a timeline and interactive games.
A free online computer game that lets players manage their own virtual towns and cities. It's great fun to play and also teaches players all about energy, sustainability and environmental management in New Zealand.
Explain That Stuff
An online book with around 450 easy-to-understand articles covering how things work.
Support for school teachers in bringing a global dimension to their teaching by providing access to teaching resources, case studies and background information.
A kind of interactive encyclopedia for children. The site covers subjects such as people, the environment, animals, earth and space and the sciences.
Great British Innovation
The most important innovations of the last 100 years and the recent ones most likely to shape our future as chosen by the public.
Hackaday which serves up building projects every day from around the internet is the gold-standard in entertainment for engineers and engineering enthusiasts.
A range of Halloween related science experiments and demos from Science Bob.
How It Works
A new magazine that feeds minds, providing nutritious entertainment to the ever-growing 'QI generation' of readers.
How Stuff Works
This is the award-winning source of credible, unbiased, and easy-to-understand explanations of how the world actually works.
Thousands of user-submitted construction guides for every occasion.
An extensive video library, interactive challenges, and assessments for teachers an their students.
A charitable trust which distributes second-hand lab equipment to developing countries.
A year long celebration of the 50th anniversary of the laser, which was first demonstrated in 1960.
Life's Little Mysteries
Answering fascinating questions about the world around you and the stuff in it, from things in the news and on your mind to crazy questions you didn't even know you had.
Make a Flake
Our featured website for the Christmas period is one of our most popular and has featured here for the last four years.
A site dedicated to creative building projects.
Over a million instruction manuals available here for your appliances and equipment at school or home.
Natural History Museum
A leading resource for teachers offering a curriculum-linked school programme for all ages.
The official website of the Nobel Prize. Here you will find information for every Nobel Prize since 1901.
Periodic Table of Irrational Nonsense
From dowsing to ghosts, no special power or supernatural force escapes this nicely laid out dose of reality! (this site contains some bad language).
Teaching resources which cover recycling and waste.
Create your own snowflake with this fun website.
Real Disney theme park science includes videos and games based on real theme park physics.
Stars in our schools
On the 27th November 2015, UNISON helps celebrate the unsung heroes of education - school support staff.
Technicians - Make it Happen
The Gatsby Trust look in depth at the technician role across various sectors and collate stories from technicians themselves.
A non-profit devoted to spreading ideas, usually in the form of short, powerful presentations.
The Charles Darwin Trust
Using the intellectual and cultural heritage of Darwin to inspire a deeper understanding of the natural world.
The Eden Project
The Eden site in Cornwall, UK welcomes over a million people every year and the team try to ensure all visitors leave knowing something more about their connections to the world.
The IET is one of the world's leading professional societies for the engineering and technology community, with more than 150,000 members in 127 countries.
The Lifeboat Foundation
Dedicated to encouraging scientific advancements while helping humanity survive existential risks and possible misuse of increasingly powerful technologies.
The RSPB: Youth
A selection of lesson ideas, resources and info from the RSPB.
The Wolfram Demonstrations Project
An open-code resource that uses dynamic computation to illuminate concepts in science, technology, mathematics, art, finance, and other fields.
A grown-up and much more serious alternative to YouTube.
With the end of the world happening on Friday, this week's featured website is 'What If?' Physics questions answered.
An ingenious search engine giving you access to facts in an easy-to-use way.
Y Vote Mock Elections
Engages students with the political, social and moral issues by giving them the opportunity to stand as party candidates, speech writers and canvassers in a mock election.