The landmark assessment by the Intergovernmental Science-Policy Platform on Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services says that nature and the benefits it provides are in unprecedented decline and can be reversed, but only with a co-ordinated international effort
We all know that we need things like water and oxygen to live, but what happens when you get too much of a good thing?
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This video deals with common misconceptions about temperature and thermal conductivity. Continue reading
When someone gets a little scrape, it’s pretty common for them to cover it with a bandage while it heals. There are some people, though, who think it’s best to leave the wound uncovered and let your body do its healing thing. Who’s right? Science holds the answer! Continue reading
This video provides excellent graphics and analogies to describe the volume and distribution of water on earth.
Thanks for the submission Peter!
This project started with a Bungee Barbie activity (this one was developed by Stephanie Minor, DSBN and translated into French by me). This activity was great, as it helped students develop skills in making predictions and measuring results of trials and making modifications based on those trials. Continue reading
More people have food allergies than ever before. Peanuts, tree nuts, shellfish, eggs, and even milk… the list of possibly dangerous foods seems to get longer every day. But why do some people’s bodies have deadly reactions food? Continue reading