2018 has been an exciting and busy year here at Learning Science, and we feel like there’s a lot to celebrate! Here’s a roundup of our top seven highlights from 2018 and a sneak peak into 2019.
Our summer innovations here at LearnSciHQ are well underway, and we’ve got a wide range of bioscience and chemistry resources to reveal, for a planned autumn 2019 release. Here’s a sneak peek of the new expansion to our bioscience resource library, featuring physiology, pharmacology, genetics and safety.
The long-awaited summer break is upon us. Here at Learning Science that means a chance to meet with our customers at lots of events and conferences, get feedback on how we help them, and to ask what more we can do to make life easier.
One big theme we’re hearing, is that along with warmer evenings and a chance to reflect on the previous academic year, summer also means budget review time for many of you.
So, if you find yourself in a budgetary bunfight and want others to see the value Learning Science brings, what are the big things you can be talking about?
Dr Andrew Allsebrook, School of Chemistry and Molecular Biosciences, University of Queensland, explains how Learning Science has helped his 1,200 students delve deeper in their lab practicals.
Dr Nicky King, Director of Studies for Natural Sciences at University of Exeter, explains how Learning Science has helped her students feel better prepared for labs.
We were honoured to be asked to contribute an article in the March 2019 edition of SEBBM, the Spanish biochemical society’s journal. The core theme of this edition is “University Education in the Modern World”. We really enjoyed the series, and have summarised each publication below.