Pregnancy is quite a feat. The embryo manages to develop, get food, and get rid of their waste, all while staying under the radar of their parent’s immune system. Hosted by: Olivia Gordon
This video shows the detonation of nitrogen triiodide, a shock-sensitive chemical. The chemistry of this reaction is fascinating. However, this demo is not recommended for the typical high school science lab due to the instability of the compound and the extensive safety precautions required.
Submitted by Cathy Dykstra In this inquiry-based unit, the students will learn that conserving and protecting our water supply is crucial after they research the biodiversity of a specific ecosystem and discover that water is necessary for biodiversity and biodiversity is necessary for the health of the planet.