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Forensic Outreach and Ward's Science Present "FBI's Mission Decipher: Codebreakers and the Battle of Anghiari."

Monday, 17 March, 2014 - 00:15 to Monday, 28 April, 2014 - 00:15
PO Box 51732
London
NW1 9RX
United Kingdom
Forensic Outreach and Ward's Science have partnered with a real-life FBI codebreaker and prominent forensic scientists to create an innovative competition open to secondary school-aged children worldwide. Available entirely online, download our competition lesson plans to enter and win prizes.
Booking details: 
Please refer to our website for further information on how to enter your school into this innovative new competition. The website will feature a booking system (which will be live during NSEW) that will take payment and registration. Please note that this competition is being coordinated entirely online so that it is accessible to as many students as possible.
Category: 
Biology, Chemistry, General Science, History and Philosophy of Science, Maths, Topical Science
Age group: 
Schools (other), Secondary schools
Contact details
Shivani
Lamba
Public
competition@forensicoutreach.com
Twitter: 
forensicfix
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