Job Vacancy: Web Developer Nano Simbox

We're looking for a web developer to join our team! We are ultimately looking for a web developer to join our team permanently. However, as we are looking for someone who can start as soon as possible, we will consider contractors for this role. Interactive Scientific...

Utilising the Global STEAM Market

Interactive Scientific’s CEO Dr Becky Sage will be speaking at BETT 2018 in London about STEAM exporting, and engaging students in creative science and design. Educational stress points are similar wherever you go in the world. Of course, there are cultural and...

Our World, Our Responsibility

Working together and inspiring the future generation to solve global challenges. We’re excited to be sharing a new immersive and interactive stand at BETT 2018 in London this month that explores Nano Simbox and core global challenges. In honour of our theme this year,...

Celebrating Scientific Exploration

Last night we held our first Celebration of Science Education and Exploration, at our installation of danceroom Spectroscopy at We The Curious. It was a fascinating evening where we gathered our friends and networks to join us in celebrating how much is already being...

Dancing with the Invisible World

The Box’s new residency uses our award-winning danceroom Spectroscopy to explore the invisible scientific world. We are proud to announce that we will be the next resident at The Box at We The Curious, in collaboration with local universities (University of Bristol,...

How is Nano Simbox used in research?

Our Computational Chemistry Specialist Mike O'Connor shares how Nano Simbox is currently being used in research to better understand our invisible world   "The Nano Simbox is a powerful platform that can not only be used for secondary and higher education but also for...

Interactive Scientific joins Oracle Startup Cloud Accelerator

We are thrilled to announce that Interactive Scientific have been selected for Oracle's Startup Cloud Accelerator programme in Bristol. The six month accelerator will support our ongoing development of our product, Nano Simbox, a digital and virtual platform that...

Applications of Scannable Technology in the Science Classroom 

John recently completed a PGCE in Secondary Science Education at the University of Bristol. Prior to the PGCE, he worked as a data analyst for five years in a variety of sectors, including finance, clinical trials and marketing. He will be teaching Mathematics and...

The Power of Storytelling

Our science content intern and recent University of Bristol graduate Rhea Kumar looks the power of storytelling...especially in science. Storytelling is the oldest method of education and definitely a powerful one. The benefits of storytelling in education are...

Motivating female students to engage with STEM

Daniel Shine is 26 years old and originally from Ireland, but has been working at Passmores Academy in Harlow, Essex for the past four years.  At Passmores Academy, Daniel teaches Science, as well as being the also the STEM coordinator and a Deputy Head of House....

Exploring the Classroom of the Future

We were thrilled to return to the Royal Society's Chicheley Hall for our Science Educator Residency 2017! This year a diverse range of educators, artists and scientists were welcomed into the Classroom of the Future. Watch our short video here:  What is the Classroom...

The simple truth about science models in the curriculum

Following on from Dr Leila Walker’s lightening talk at #SER17, Liam Cullingford our chemistry content intern discusses how models in the curriculum clash with reality and how science educators have a responsibility to their students to be honest with them     Models...

My flipping chemistry class…

Caryn Harward is the Head of Chemistry at St Mary's Calne. Here Caryn shares her Lightning Talk topic about Flipped Learning, and how it is applied in her classroom.  Caryn comes from a background in research and industry she is passionate about science and...

The Evolution of Science Models

How to choose the right model to achieve deep learning Dr Leila Walker, Head of Product Design at Nano Simbox, explores choosing the right science models for your students as part of her #SER17 Lightning Talk ahead of our Science Educator Residency on 10th and 11th...

The end of universal education? 

Ryan McCroskery, Chemistry Course Leader at Havering Sixth Form College, explores the future of education in his Lightning Talk. At our Science Educator Residency (10 & 11 July 2017), educators are asked to share a challenge, question or viewpoint from their journey...

The Power of Extracurricular

At our Science Educator Residency (10 & 11 July 2017), educators are asked to share a challenge, question or viewpoint from their journey as an educator, and inspire colleagues in our 2-minute lightning talks. Over the next month we will be sharing their talks as part...

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