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This paper reports on a commissioned research project to evaluate the impact of support (mainly funding) given by the UK government's National Endowment for Science, Technology and the Arts (NESTA) to various projects under the general heading of 'science learning' over a four-year period (2000 -2004). Findings emerging from the study indicate that NESTA is an imaginative and risk-taking project funder, supporting innovative approaches to science education typically involving special events ordoi:10.2167/eri396.0 fatcat:stam4ineojdpnjfyajok7t6rlq