Battered and deep-fried chicken might be one of the most delicious foods ever. But what makes this summer picnic staple so tasty? It all comes down to the chemistry of frying. In the latest Reactions video, learn how the delicate dance of fat at high temperatures leads to a crispy, savory summer snack. Continue reading
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If you ever find yourself stranded in the snowy Arctic (or bored in Minecraft), you’re gonna need to know how to build an igloo. Continue reading
The November issue of Science Department Safety Training Notes, “Bunsen Burner and Hot Plate Safety,” from Flinn Scientific Canada provides essential tips and guidelines to help reduce burns and accidents in school science laboratories.
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How does the cooling system of an astronaut’s spacesuit work? In this lesson plan, the students will learn about the strategies astronauts currently use to manage their body temperatures to survive the extreme environment of outer space. Continue reading
The sun is the principal source of energy for the earth.
Inquiry Skills Used
Initiating & Planning: questioning
Performing & Recording: organizing data on a chart
Analysing and Interpreting: drawing conclusions based on information gathered
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