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6th January 2006 at 00:00
Big Screen Science involved a group of secondary schools in making 10-minute films on a biomedical science subject. They include an animated film about xenotransplantation made by 10 Muslim girls from a tough Manchester comprehensive, and dramas on stem cells and organ donation. Free DVD of films and resource booklet:;

The new Fieldwork Knowledge Library contains suggestions on how to carry out fieldwork organised into key stages and disciplines (biology, chemistry, earth science and physics).

The Naked Scientist series, broadcast live from Cambridge University every Sunday from 6-7pm, can be heard across eastern England on BBC local radio stations and is archived as a downloadable MP3 podcast. The show covers topics ranging from how many organs you can donate and still remain alive, to do UFOs exist? It has involved schools in a genetic fingerprinting race.

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