The sweat-health sensor, texting and sleep, a plastic planet and nuclear fusion – what more could you science students want? These are just a few of the themes in today’s eclectic collection of SciNews. Share these stories with your students and get them excited about science.
Johanna Wagstaffe explains the significance of the solar power NASA craft.
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At this moment, three hundred million women across the planet are experiencing the same thing: a period. The monthly menstrual cycle that gives rise to the period is a reality that most women on Earth will go through in their lives. But why is this cycle so universal? And what makes it a cycle in the first place? Emma Bryce gives a primer on periods.
Lesson by Emma Bryce, animation by Kozmonot Animation Studio.
Our largest organ, Venus flytraps count, the plague of zits, bacteria or virus, information to save lives, banning indoor tanning by teens, our 9th planet.- just a few of the themes in today’s eclectic collection of SciNews. Share these stories with your students and get them excited about science.
Children can identify that water exists in 3 states within our natural environment. Plants can use this water, in either liquid or vapour form, to survive.