Become a Genome Decoders school
The Genome Decoders project is looking for new schools to join the programme. Genome Decoders offers year 12 and 13 students a fantastic opportunity to get first-hand experience of bioinformatics, working alongside scientists at the Wellcome Genome Campus to identify and annotate all the genes in the Human Whipworm genome. You don’t need specialised equipment - just a computer with internet access. Training materials and videos are also provided to get you started.
If you would like to join the Genome Decoders project please contact Steve Greenwood at the Institute for Research in Schools ([email protected])
STEM INSPIRATION AWARDS BRIEF
The STEM Inspiration Awards recognise individuals, organisations and clubs working to inspire young people in STEM. There are awards for individual STEM Ambassadors and awards which celebrate employers and STEM Clubs.
Do you know someone who has made a real impact through the work they do with young people? Someone who sparks their curiosity about STEM subjects? They would be the perfect person to nominate for an award.
Applications for these awards is open until 27 September 2020.
Guidance and application forms can be found on the STEM Inspiration Awards webpage
Any questions, as well as your nomination/application entry, can be sent to