By Good News Network Friday, January 06, 2012
Schools are being encouraged by the UK's top scientific body to bring cutting edge science into the classroom.
Projects, funded by the Royal Society, include a bioreactor being built by secondary pupils in Cornwall to test the viability of getting fuel from marine algae and a particle accelerator being built by a team of Nottingham teenagers.
The Royal Society offered £45,000 in grants to bring science alive.
(READ the story in the BBC)
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