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Year FOUR of Project Seagrass!

Posted on July 29, 2017 at 4:30 AM



By Richard ‘RJ’ Lilley 


So that’s 4 years, 1460 days, 35,040 hours, 2,120,400 minutes or 12,614,400 seconds of seagrass! 2016/2017 has been our biggest 12 months to date, with our hosting of the

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The Edinburgh International Science Festival

Posted on April 19, 2017 at 5:25 AM



By Evie Furness


Edinburgh Science Festival Bubbles and enthusiasm took over for Project Seagrass as we set up our stall at Edinburgh International Science Festival last week. The festival has taken over the city for two weeks every year since 1989, and was the world’...

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Fulsnygg! Loving The Ugly Duckling

Posted on February 13, 2017 at 2:00 PM



By Richard ‘RJ’ Lilley


For nearly 10 years I have been teaching, writing, tweeting, speaking, blogging, presenting and workshopping pretty much around the clock, in my role as a science teacher, a diving instructor, and now presently as a Science Communicator here at Project Seagrass.


I’ve learnt to ...

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Five surprising things about seagrass that you might not have known

Posted on February 2, 2017 at 10:55 AM



By Evie Furness


There’s an odd bunch of people with a strange sounding passion - a passion for seagrass. You’d think that anything with grass in its name might be boring, especially when compared to ecosystems like tropical rainforests, filled with birds of paradise or the vast savannas of Africa filled with elephants and m...

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Transforming Education at bett 2017

Posted on January 27, 2017 at 7:05 PM



By Richard ‘RJ’ Lilley


In a previously life I was a Secondary School Science Teacher, and I was privileged to work at a fantastic school (alongside some of the most innovative and enthusiastic teachers the UK has to offer). I kn...

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