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Biomedical science provides rich contexts for studying maths. The five resource packs linked below were originally produced in 2010 as part of a project funded by the Wellcome Trust. They are based
around biomedical topics which support and extend the maths curriculum at secondary level (1116 yearolds). These packs show how maths underpins cutting edge biomedical research. They also introduce students to important ethical issues.
Each pack consists of short video clips in which an expert talks about their work and the topic. Additional resources  presentations, worksheets, games  help students to explore the topic in greater depth. There are also teacher's notes and worksheet answers for each pack.
Topic  Curriculum Areas 
"Eating bacon sandwiches is bad for you!" Evaluating risk 

Epidemics: modelling with mathematics 

Lifesaving maths: how does vaccination work? 

The economics of health: how do we decide? 

The test is positive  but what are the odds it's wrong? 
