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Science Years 7–10

  • Science Years 7–8
    • Biology
      • Adapting to changes
      • Air pollution
      • Animal and plant cells
      • Asexual reproduction
      • Cells to organisms
      • Classifying organisms
      • Cloning plants
      • Competition
      • Contraception
      • Developing new drugs
      • Environmental changes
      • Feeding types
      • Fighting disease
      • Food chains
      • Food webs
      • Genetic engineering in medicine
      • Growing plants
      • Leaves and glucose
      • Looking at cells
      • Making new cells
      • Mitosis
      • Plants as food
      • Population pressure
      • Predator-prey relationships
      • Protecting species
      • Reflexes and the CNS
      • Roots and water
      • Specialized cells
      • Sustainability
      • Sustainable farming
      • The breathing system
      • The circulatory system
      • The hormonal system
      • The nervous system
      • The reproductive system
      • Treating infertility
      • Using stem cells
      • Vaccination
      • Water and land pollution
      • What are atoms?
      • What are elements?
      • What are hormones?
      • What are microbes?
      • What is a cell?
    • Chemistry
      • Alloys
      • Alternative fuels
      • Biomass fuels
      • Building materials
      • Changing soil pH
      • Chemical reactions
      • Chromatography
      • Corrosion
      • Designer materials
      • Elements and compounds
      • Environmental impact
      • Extracting metals
      • Fractional distillation
      • Fractions from oil
      • Identifying rocks
      • Igneous rocks
      • Making polymers
      • Metals
      • Metamorphic rocks
      • Naming and formulae
      • Processing metals
      • Properties of metals
      • Properties of plastics
      • Reducing pollution
      • Rusting
      • Sedimentary rocks
      • Separating mixtures
      • Smart materials
      • Solutions
      • Symbols for elements
      • The particle model
      • The periodic table
      • The rock cycle
      • The water cycle
      • Uses of transition metals
      • Using metals
      • Using rocks
      • Volcanoes
      • Water treatment
      • What is a mixture?
    • Physics
      • Alternative energy resources
      • Artificial satellites
      • Calculating resultant forces
      • Changing states
      • Comparing fuels
      • Days, years and seasons
      • Energy efficiency
      • Energy resources
      • Energy transfer
      • Exploring space
      • Fossil fuels
      • Friction
      • Friction 2
      • Geothermal power
      • Graphing speed
      • Gravity
      • Heat and temperature
      • Hydroelectricity
      • In orbit
      • Moments
      • Nuclear power
      • Passive solar heating
      • Radioactivity and the atom
      • Solar cells
      • The Earth, Moon and the Sun
      • The Solar System
      • Tidal power
      • Upthrust
      • Wave power
      • What are forces?
      • What is energy?
      • Wind power
  • Science Years 9–10
    • Biology
      • Adapting to changes
      • Air pollution
      • Anaerobic respiration
      • Blood glucose regulation
      • Competition
      • DNA and the genetic code
      • Developing new drugs
      • Environmental changes
      • Evolution
      • Evolution around us
      • Feeding types
      • Fertilization and meiosis
      • Fighting disease
      • Fighting infection
      • Food chains
      • Food webs
      • Genes and alleles
      • Genetic engineering
      • Genetic engineering in medicine
      • Homologous chromosomes
      • How microbes cause disease
      • How we hear
      • Mendel's laws of inheritance
      • Passing on characteristics
      • Patterns of inheritance
      • Photosynthesis
      • Population pressure
      • Predator-prey relationships
      • Protecting species
      • Reflexes and the CNS
      • Releasing energy
      • Selecting characteristics
      • Sustainability
      • Sustainable farming
      • Symbiosis
      • The breathing system
      • The circulatory system
      • The eye
      • The hormonal system
      • The menstrual cycle
      • The nervous system
      • Thermal decomposition
      • Types of variation
      • Using stem cells
      • Vaccination
      • Water and land pollution
      • What are hormones?
      • What is adaptation?
      • What is an ecosystem?
    • Chemistry
      • Acids and metal oxides
      • Air pollution and fossil fuels
      • Alloys
      • Alternative fuels
      • Atomic number and mass number
      • Atomic structure
      • Catalytic cracking
      • Chemical reactions
      • Climate change
      • Collecting evidence
      • Combustion
      • Concentration and rate
      • Corrosion
      • Electron configuration
      • Endothermic reactions
      • Energy changes
      • Environmental impact
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