Students Science experiment in UKSchools 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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