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Plasma ball: Are there any safety issues associated with using a plasma ball in the classroom?  Sources on the internet seems to give conflicting information and I would appreciate some clarity.

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Publication Date: 10 September 2018
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Agar plate storage in the fridge: Is it necessary to store the agar plates upside down in the fridge?  As in the school we are attending to so many things that we are sometimes in a hurry to check

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Publication Date: 06 September 2018
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Legalities of practical work: While I know it is not ideal, is it illegal for a science class to undertake a practical if the regular classroom science teacher is absent?

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Publication Date: 27 August 2018
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Phenanthroline: My Chemistry teacher would like to use Phenanthroline for senior chemistry EEI’s.  The MSDS lists this chemical as Acute hazard category 1, and Acute toxicity oral category 3.  Coul

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Publication Date: 18 August 2018
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Autoclaving microbiological waste: we have just purchased an autoclave, however it has minimal instructions and no preprogrammed settings.

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Publication Date: 03 August 2018
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Food tests: glucose, starch and gelatine solutions: I have to make up solutions for a prac where students are working out if select foods are a protein, carbohydrate or sugar.

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Publication Date: 03 August 2018
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Publication Date: 20 July 2018

Food testing is routinely carried out in senior biology classes. Students test a variety of food samples for carbohydrates, such as sugar and starch, lipids, proteins and vitamin C.

Type of Resources: Information Sheet

Science technician allocation: Our technician hours have been reduced. Are there any documents stating how many hours science technicians should be allocated?

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Publication Date: 19 July 2018
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Publication Date: 12 June 2018

Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) and detailed method on how to handle liquid nitrogen (LN2).

Type of Resources: Standard Operating Procedure

Recommendations for microscope replacement: Our school microscopes are old and in need of replacement, however I am interested in viewpoints as to whether traditional compound microscopes are still

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Publication Date: 25 May 2018
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