Royal Society cash brings science to life

25th February 2011 at 00:00

Projects ranging from studying aerodynamics with the Red Arrows to designing and building solar-powered UV water filters have received grants from the Royal Society. Last week #163;70,000 was given to 18 primary schools and 21 secondaries to help them bring engineering and science to life.

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