String theorist will take over from cosmologist Neil Turok to become Canadian institute’s third director Continue reading
In this whimsical talk and live demo, scientist Li Wei Tan shares the secrets of bubbles — from their relentless pursuit of geometric perfection to their applications in medicine and shipping, where designers are creating more efficient vessels by mimicking the bubbles created by swimming penguins. Learn more about these mathematical marvels and tap into the magic hidden in the everyday world.
Interactive boards are part of students’ learning experience, what teachers put on the walls of the classroom or hallways can make or break a student’s understanding of a certain concept. Everything that is displayed should add value to students’ learning. Edutopia has a list of Dos and Don’ts of Classroom Decorations that you can refer to when designing bulletin boards. This is my experience in designing my first interactive board using QR codes and MergeCube. Check out the source below for more details Continue reading
Canadian Don Sadoway, a professor of materials chemistry at MIT, has captured the attention of the world with his quest to build a better battery. Continue reading
Human brains are complicated – the most complicated thing in the known universe, many people say. So far we understand little – just that certain regions of the brain appear to be involved in certain activities and certain disorders. Continue reading
Mars InSight will be the first to detect seismic activity on Mars’ surface, first to measure rate of heat transmitted from interior, first to dig nearly 5m down, first to measure magnetic fields on Mars’ surface, and first to use a robotic arm to place instruments on the surface of Mars (assuming it lands of course…) Continue reading
The 358-kilogram InSight probe is the eighth spacecraft to successfully land on Mars without apparent mishap, but it is not yet certain whether it will be able to fulfill its mission to study the planet’s deep interior
Teacher’s guide This is a step-by-step timetable for the Nobel Prize Lesson about a 2018 Nobel Prize. This lesson package consists of four parts: a slide show with a speaker’s manuscript for the teacher, a student worksheet, two short videos and this teacher’s guide. The lesson is designed to take 45 minutes. Teacher’s_guide (PDF file 63K) […] Continue reading