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National STEM Centre eLibrary
The National STEM Centre holds the UK’s largest collection of teaching resources for STEM subjects for use with students from early years to post-16. The eLibrary includes contemporary print, multimedia, and practical resources, alongside an archive collection that showcases several decades of curriculum development.
This blog, managed by Davide Filingeri (Loughborough University), provides a platform for environmental exercise physiologists and related professionals to share their research findings, information and opinions of human sciences applied to sport and exercise.
O2 Learn is a video library provided by O2 to give 13-18 year-olds access to a huge choice of curriculum-focussed mini-lessons that have been put together by teachers across the country. Resources can be searched by subject area.
These tutorials provide a great accompaniment or alternative to dissection of the heart, kidney and digestive tract of a pig. They have been developed by the Centre for Comparative and Clinical Anatomy at the University of Bristol.
This blog, by Samuel Marcora (motorbike rider and Professor of Exercise Physiology at the University of Kent, UK), is about the scientific aspects of adventure motorcycling. In 2013, Sam will be joining the three-month Silk Road and Tibet expedition organised by Globebusters and will conduct two research projects investigating the effects of adventure motorcycling on the physiology of the body. This blog will keep readers up-to-date with all the latest news on his expedition.
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