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27th October 2006 at 01:00
(Photograph) - Science academies would target the brightest secondary pupils at Higher level. But some scientists argue the money would be better spent on drawing younger children into science in the first place. Fraser Ainslee (above) learns about science and technology in a fun, hands-on way at Satrosphere Science Centre, Aberdeen, where pupils experiment with more than 50 interactive exhibits. Photograph by SIMON PRICE

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