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Vincent Uzomah interview: Science teacher on his desire to return to the classroom after being stabbed by a pupil in racial attack

Vincent Uzomah is adamant: he would like to go back to the classroom despite nearly losing his life after being stabbed by a 14-year-old pupil.












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Nobel Prize: UK universities fail to make top 10 list for most science and medical winners

Securing a Nobel prize for a breakthrough, hi-tech research project is one of the most prestigious – and marketable – triumphs a university can achieve.












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Sports science to radically transform PE into hi-tech GCSE option

They may often conjure up images of greying sports kits and fraying plimsolls, but PE lessons are to get a radical  hi-tech makeover as part of a drive to get sports science on to the curriculum.












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Students mastering basic maths and science could earn economy more than £2 trillion extra a year, study claims

The UK economy could rake in an extra £2.33 trillion a year if every student in the country mastered a basic level of skills in maths and science, according to a report from the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development.










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Education Secretary Nicky Morgan tells teenagers: Want to keep your options open? Then do science

Teenagers should steer away from the arts and humanities and opt for science or maths subjects if they want to access the widest range of jobs, Education Secretary Nicky Morgan has said.









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More girls opting for science in school, BTEC results show

Science is no longer being seen as a traditional male subject in Britain’s schools, according to new vocational exam figures.









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Exclusive: Science careers favour rich, male Asians, according to research

Pupils opting for a career in science are likely to be privileged, male and with an Asian background, according to new research.









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Science careers favour rich, male Asians, according to research

Pupils opting for a career in science are likely to be privileged, male and with an Asian background, according to new research.









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Revamped science A-levels will see students making alcohol and dissecting sharks

Sixth-formers will have to learn how to make alcohol and dissect a shark under plans for new revamped A-levels announced by one of the country’s biggest exam boards.









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Scrap A-levels and teach science up to 18, Royal Society says

A-levels should be scrapped and replaced with a new baccalaureate-style qualification with compulsory maths and science up to the age of 18, a report by science and education experts warns today.









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