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10 Ideas to Teach Science Vocabulary-- I love #7 for higher order thinking!

Science Solutions {Vocabulary} — The Science Penguin

A Billion Degrees of Separation: TEMPERATURE - From absolute zero to 'absolute hot'

Infographic: Absolute zero to ‘absolute hot’

Here's a nice little infographic on bone facts. Many of the facts are well known but there are a few that may surprise you. Have a read. How many did you

Bone Facts - Infographic - Physical Therapy Web

Fibonacci sequence; sacred geometry: MATHEMATICIANS: Fern Hunt, Ph.D., Research Mathematician at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) Mathematical Modeling Group, gives a brief lesson on the Fibonacci Numbers #CareerGirls

A piece of metal is melted inside an electromagnet. | 32 Mesmerising GIFs That Will Make You Fall In Love With Science

32 Mesmerising GIFs That Will Make You Fall In Love With Science

Happy to see some women on this!!! ON THE SHOULDERS OF GIANTS: The science all-stars poster.

152. ON THE SHOULDERS OF GIANTS: The science all-stars poster

como funciona todo cuando y despues que debemo alcohol?.. aquí esta una muy buena expliación!

The Science Of Getting Drunk [Infographic]

Nikola Tesla 1850: "Tesla Coil" electrical resonant transformer Micheal Faraday 1791: "electrolysis" direct electric current (DC current) James Maxwell 1831: Magnetic field Marie Curie 1807: radio activity Issac Newton 1642: Astronomy Albert Einstein 1879: space/time theory James Watson & Francis Crick 1928/1916: DNA Neils Bohr 1885: Atomic model Charles Darwin 1809: Evolution

50 insane facts about the eye -From how much your eye weighs to what makes is in a tear drop, this insightful Infographic has you covered with everything you ever wanted to know about the human eye. -Posted Mar 05, 2014

50 insane facts about the eye

A sperm has 37.5 MB of DNA info! One ejaculation transfers 15875 GB of data, equivalent to that held on 7500 laptops. 17 Things You Should Know About #DNA

17 Surprising Facts About DNA

Hot ice, scientifically known as sodium acetate, is a liquid that will turn solid at the slightest provocation. Touching it with your finger, bumping it too hard, or speaking a few angry words will cause it to spring from a clear, water-like state into solid ice-like crystals.

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The Shapes of Stories, a Kurt Vonnegut Infographic « Maya Eilam Graphic Design

The Shapes of Stories, a Kurt Vonnegut Infographic

Human Anatomy: Learn All About the Human Body at | Your Interactive Guide to Human Anatomy

O-chem | Ochem Functional Groups

A Guide to Proton Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR)

Analytical Chemistry - A Guide to Proton Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR)

Science Safety Poster: Keep Calm and Wear Googles - (Make YOUR own Keep Calm poster at the Keep Calm O Matic site!)

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Organic Chem note Site


[Lesson Plans] | Just Call Me Ms Frizzle

Meiosis versus mitosis

Boyle's Law - Proven by a Simple Marshmallow Experiment

Types of Organic Formula Back to basics with today’s graphic, with a look at the different ways compounds in organic chemistry can be represented. Obviously, if you’re a chemist, these will all be second nature, but as was quite fairly pointed out with regards to the food chemistry graphics, if you’re not well versed in chemistry, all of those lines and letters might well be a bit perplexing. Here’s a brief explanation of what they mean.

Compound Interest