Engineering Experiments For Kids - pulleys ** This website has lots of great engineering experiments **

Engineering Experiments For Kids - pulleys ** This website has lots of great engineering experiments ** Science 8 Mechanical systems

Food science experiments

Biofuels are burnable energy sources produced by living organisms, like corn, algae, and even cows. Microorganisms and plants gather carbon from the atmosphere and incorporate it into the organic.

How to build an electromagnet - simple and fun!

Make an Electromagnet

Kitchen Science Projects You Can Eat

Got a Science Fair Project? Get Help with your Project

How To Fix Crystals Projects When They Won't Grow: Sugar crystals or rock candy are popular crystals to grow, but can be tricky if you don't have enough sugar in your solution.

How To Make a DNA Model out of Candy: Make a DNA model out of candy using 4 different colors of candy for the bases. You can make the backbone from licorice.

How To Make a DNA Model out of Candy

Make a DNA model out of candy. You can learn how DNA is constructed and eat your science at the end.

Glow Stick Experiment: Temperature affects how brightly a glow stick glows and how long it lasts.

Use Glow Sticks To Learn About Rate of Chemical Reaction

Use glow sticks to explore how temperature affects the rate of a chemical reaction. This fun science experiment is great way to learn about reactions.


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Human blood with red blood cells, 3 T-lymphocytes, and activated platelets. By Dr. Dennis Kunkel

Human blood with red blood cells, 3 T-lymphocytes, and activated platelets. Dennis Kunkel Microscopy, Inc/Visuals Unlimited, Inc.~~~Who would ever guess that blood could look so amazingly beautiful?

Tomato    Surface of a tomato leaf    Courtesy of Ken Bart

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6 Rare Hawaiian Checkered Cowries  http://www.etsy.com/

RESERVED for Sabrina- 6 Rare Hawaiian Checkered Cowries from Kauai- Natural Endemic Handpicked Hawaii Sea Shells- Bead

19th century plant anatomy chart - Tillia

a plant systematics wall chart series - the Dodel-Port Atlas - released between 1878 & 1883

Transport Vesicles (colored spheres) abound in cells [Illustration by Tomo Narashima; From "Budding Vesicles in Living Cells" by  James E. Rothman and Lelio Orci, Scientific American, March 1996]

2013 Nobel Prize in Physiology: Transport Vesicles (colored spheres) abound in cells [Illustration by Tomo Narashima; From "Budding Vesicles in Living Cells" by James E. Rothman and Lelio Orci, Scientific American, March

reminds me of a tapestry... but better :)  cross-section of a flower ovary

Almost a mosaic - Fractal symmetry, Cross section of a flower ovary, Photo by Ray Nelson.

dna molecule model made out of candy | Much cheaper than DNA modeling kits, and every student gets to have ...

Stations of the Cell

>I read an interesting thread on the NSTA biology listserv that suggested teaching mitosis with DNA structure/replication instead of with meiosis as it is usually paired. The idea is that mitos…

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