Science is the greatest collective endeavour. It contributes to ensuring a longer and healthier life, monitors our health, provides medicine to cure our diseases, alleviates aches and pains, helps us to provide water for our basic needs – including our food, provides energy and makes life more fun, including sports, music, entertainment and the latest communication technology. Last but not least, it nourishes our spirit.
It is estimated that science-based careers and industries contribute approx. £14bn annually to the UK economy. The government, in 2018, stated that “STEM skills are crucial for the UK’s productivity”. UK universities and businesses are at the forefront of some of the most pioneering scientific research and development. This is the direct impact that a study of science provides, but there is also the indirect impact on the lives of individuals who don’t work directly in a science-related career.
Studying Science affords all learners the opportunity to:
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