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A simple method of observing animal cells using liver. A great alternative to cheek cells.  
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This edition includes notes on blood and cheek cell sampling, inappropriate dumping of waste chemicals, and the role and value of the CE mark on equipment.
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An updated procedure to safely look at human cheek cells under the microscope. Includes information on both health and safety and disposal, as well as some suggestions for more detailed work.
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A set of frequently-asked questions, and their answers, on school biology activities. Includes materials from butchers, cheek cell sampling; human body fluids, microbes and others. 
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Health and safety advice on using extracting and analysing DNA in science practical work.
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- From the Director (the importance of practical work)- Return to school September 2020 guidance- Keeping your membership up to date- Alternatives to cheek cells- Food tests- Chemical store poster (go.. more
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Guidance on the preparation of methylene blue solutions for different applications. Methylene blue is used as an indicator for redox reactions e.g. respiration, and stains for cells. 
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Important health and safety information for using a range of human body fluids and tissues in practical work.
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Covers a range of issues and practicalities associated with gene technology experiments in schools including legal and ethical issues as well as an indepth exploration of health and safety topics.
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Updated from section 14 of the CLEAPSS handbook, this offers a simple, brief guide to maintaining good hygiene in school science laboratories.
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