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Top graduates to get up to £30k to train to teach core subjects

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Increased tax-free bursaries and scholarships for 2016 to 2017 announced.

Top graduates are being offered up to £30,000 tax free to train to teach the key subjects - like maths and physics - that help young people reach their full potential, Schools Minister Nick Gibb announced today (Thursday 1 October 2015).

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Graduates invited to attend national space industry careers event

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Budding graduates from far and wide are invited to attend the free Careers in the Space Industry Event at the National Space Centre on Friday 28 February to gain an insight into the exciting possibility of working in the sector.

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West Sussex school wins lesson of a lifetime with Professor Brian Cox

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TV star to give Rydon Community College students the ultimate science lesson

One lucky class from Rydon Community College in Pulborough is set for an out-of-this-world experience in February after winning the chance to be taught by science star Professor Brian Cox.

School children, teachers and parents entered the nationwide competition in their thousands for a chance to see their class scoop the science lesson of a lifetime on 6 February 2013.

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Highest quality of graduates going into teacher training – especially into vital EBacc subjects

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Latest figures compiled by the Department for Education show:

– Highest number of physics graduates recruited since 1979 –
– More men than ever opting for career as a primary teacher –

More than seven out of 10 new trainee teachers now have a high-quality degree, according to latest figures published today (Tuesday) – the highest proportion ever recorded.

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Interview with Britain's Leading Female Rocket Scientist

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The 3 Rs are not rocket science, but as it happens, they were for Dr Maggie Aderin, Britain's leading female rocket scientist, because she's dyslexic. As a kid people thought that she was a bit slow. How wrong could they be, for now she is one of the brains behind the James Webb Space Telescope that will replace Hubble in 2013!

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Emotional Intelligence

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Imagine if your computer could recognise what emotional state you were in each time you sat down to use it, perhaps by scanning your facial expression. You arrive at work one Monday morning, and the computer detects that you are in a bad mood.

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Physics Takes you to the Top at Southampton University

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Here at Southampton we are very proud of our academic record, especially since being ranked in the top 5 departments in the UK. We take great care to ensure that all our degree programmes are of the highest possible quality and structured so that students develop in knowledge and confidence as they progress through to graduation.

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Travel the World with a Physics Degree

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Physics is at the heart of science and society and is not only essential to our lives today and tomorrow but can be an inspiration to people of all ages. Developments in physics pervade modern society: phones, cars, electricity, holidays, computers, security, satellites and medical devices. Physics gives you the skills needed for a wide range of careers too ranging from those in research and development, teaching and management to marketing and law.

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A Career in Clinical Physiology

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Clinical Physiology is a career area that is split up into other specific specialisms which are: Respiratory Physiology, Cardiac Physiology or Medical Physics. To get into one of these jobs, you would need to take a recognised qualification in Clinical Physiology.

What are the different jobs within Clinical Physiology like?

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