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  1. Acknowledgements • The development funding for the Interdisciplinary Science programme came as parts of the following projects • Additional external grant income: • (Obtained by members of the Centre for educational development projects) • Catarina Fernades: • Asteroids Outreach (HEA –STEM, 2012) • Sarah Gretton: • Sustainability Education (HEA- BioSciences, 2013) • Cheryl Hurkett: • UK Teaching Fellows Forum (HEA –STEM, 2012) • Derek Raine: • Conceptual Understanding in Physics (HEA-STEM, 2011) • Dylan Williams: • The Chemistry of Energy - C/PBL Resource Development (RSC, 2011); • Chemistry's Frontiers - C/PBL Resource Development (RSC, 2011); • Chemistry and Food Security – C/PBL Resource development (RSC); • CBL Widening Participation Activities for Schools (RSC) • Advisory Board: • Professor Sir Peter Williams; Professor Jack Cohen; Professor Richard Dawkins; Professor Louis Wolpert; Professor Peter Atkins; Professor Sir John Enderby; Sir Crispin Tickell • Steering Group: • Dr Maarten Tas; Sheila Brucciani;Dr Ronald McDonald; Professor Tina Overton; Professor Mick Brown; Professor Steve Swithenby; Professor Ken Fogelman; Deirdre Cawthorne; • Dr Clive Rix; Professor John Fothergill; Professor Martin Jones • HEfCE FDTL4 initiative for support of our work on PBL (project LeAP) HEA National Teaching Fellowship • HEfCE CETL initiative (piCETL) • HEfCE & IOP Stimulating Physics • HEfCE & IOP Integrated Sciences • HEfCEHE STEM projects The total development grants for these projects (including the Centre) amount to around two million pounds. Since 2013 the Centre undergraduate programme has been adopted by the University and is self-funding. Natural Sciences students leading an outreach session (Headstart 2013)