PHOSPHO1 is an enzyme which is important for the proper development of our skeleton in infancy. You can learn about the function of PHOSPHO1 in the case study which comes with this dataset. Here we've provided you with real-life data on how expression of the Phospho1...
Before we do any work in the lab, scientists have to make sure that the animals they're working with are the correct genotype. This case study from the Easter Bush Science Outreach Centre explores what the phosphatase enzyme PHOSPHO1 has to do with bone...
This paper-based PCR simulation activity to reinforce how PCR works (created by Easter Bush Science Outreach Centre) is free to download and use in your classroom.
This video, created by the Easter Bush Science Outreach Centre, has been designed to support Higher Biology and Higher Human Biology learners to develop their knowledge and understanding of PCR.
This video, created by the Easter Bush Science Outreach Centre, been designed to support Higher Biology and Higher Human Biology learners to develop their knowledge and understanding of gel electrophoresis.
Here you will find a curated list of free online resources to help you teach neuroscience concepts in the classroom or revise at home. Furthermore, these resources are linked to specific points on your Biology syllabus to assist you in pinpointing exactly where they fit in.
A power point resource for teachers of biology, geography and environmental science for pupils studying at Advanced Higher, ( AS-Level, and above), and early FE/HE levels. Of use for helping to achieve a basic understanding and application of the ‘spread of data’ in fieldwork, assignments and examination questions. It complements the Guide to Descriptive Statistics in Geosciences. This resource is for Self guided learning for learners and teachers to use in Geography, Biology, Data Science for Advanced Higher.
Astrobiology is the study of the origin, evolution and distribution of life in the Universe. The lesson plans in this Astrobiology Collection are designed to cover a wide diversity of topics in biology, chemistry and physics that encompass some of the most fascinating questions in science such as: How did life originate? Is there life beyond Earth? Will humans explore and settle other worlds? This resource is for teachers to use in Sciences for Third-Fourth and higher.
More than 100 stem cell educational resources and teaching tools, fully catalogued. Ideal for teachers, science centres and museums, scientists doing outreach and others. Use the filters below or search using keywords. This resource is for teachers to use in Sciences for Third/Fourth/Senior.
An interdisciplinary approach to growing and tasting vegetables using experiences and outcomes in the sciences, health and wellbeing, numeracy and literacy. This resource is for teachers, parents and carers to use in sciences, IDL for Early: age 3 to P1 (3-6 years old) .
The Earth system is full of cycles – a strong contrast to the often linear product pathways in our society. The organic matter cycle is one of them, it is easy to grasp with lots of potential for hands-on ecological science and outdoor learning! This resource is for teachers to use in sciences for First Level
This resource is aimed at Level 2 students studying plant germination and decay by microorganisms. Through this resource school learners develop their scientific knowledge, skills and scientific literacy in addition to honing their practical skills. This resource is for teachers, parents and carers to use in sciences for Second (P5-P7).