Archive for the “Science” Category
23 02 2010
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22 02 2010
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22 02 2010
Welcome to HHMI’s virtual exhibit, Vital Signs: Understanding Cardiovascular Diseases. It has been adapted from the museum-quality exhibit that complemented our 1998 Holiday Lectures on Science series. Each year HHMI hosts a 2-day lecture event for high school students at its headquarters in Chevy Chase, Maryland. Drs. Richard P. Lifton and Christine E. Seidman, both HHMI investigators exploring the genetic basis of disease, delivered the 1998 lectures, “Of Hearts and Hypertension: Blazing Genetic Trails.” We hope you will find the experience of this virtual exhibit to be rich and compelling and that it will serve as a valuable resource to you for science research projects or as a source of background information about cardiovascular disease.
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07 02 2010
Welcome to our gallery of Turning the Pages™ presentations – high-quality digital facsimiles of manuscripts which replicate the physical experience of reading the original works as closely as possible. We hope that these will give you a flavour of the fascinating and diverse range of material held within our collections. We will be adding more items soon.
A recent addition to the ‘Turning Pages’ collection is a biography of Sir Isaac Newton.
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23 01 2010
Filmed at 2,000 frames per second, this video (available on YouTube), captures in breathtaking detail how water droplets ‘bounce’ when they hit water. The scientific explanation is fascinating. A great ‘short’ resource for any H2O science lesson/ activity.
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19 01 2010
Launched in 2008, we now have over 300 podcasts expertly created for effective learning and revision…
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13 01 2010
LineRider is a brilliant little set of unique games, all based on the laws of Physics. Could serve as a nice way to extend a math or science project, help students model acceleration and gravity, or could be used ‘just for fun’ as educational gap fillers.
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So you’re asking, what is CHEMISTRY? Well… Here’s our best definition. Chemistry is the study of MATTER and the changes that take place with that matter.
Don’t ask us why that matters. It just does. A lot. Everything on Earth, everything in our solar system, everything in our galaxy, and everything in the universe is made up of matter. Matter is the name that scientists have given to everything that you can touch, or see, or feel, or smell. Go take a look!
That’s it for the introduction. Now its up to you to click and have fun! Chem4Kids.com is one of many free science sites developed by the team that made Biology4Kids, Geography4Kids, Cosmos4Kids, or Physics4Kids.
Now it’s time for you to dive into our chemistry pages and start learning. Remember, the site offers an introduction to the science of chemistry. If you’re not into graphics like home page image above, check out the site map where we list all of the pages of the site for you. Start clicking and have fun!
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10 01 2010
What is MEDtropolis®?
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16 12 2009
Welcome to Trailblazing, an interactive timeline for everybody with an interest in science. Compiled by scientists, science communicators and historians – and co-ordinated by Professor Michael Thompson FRS – it celebrates three and a half centuries of scientific endeavour and has been launched to commemorate the Royal Society’s 350th anniversary in 2010.Docs, Documents, elearning, Learning, mathematics, Maths, online, Resources, science, teaching, timeline, Website