By: Dawn Young
There is nothing more magical than gazing upon the clear night sky. Its mysteries captivate imagination and spark creativity in children the minute they first gaze upon it. Children are easily intrigued by the wonder of the stars and the phases of the moon, so...
Product reviews: Revelation Astro 2.5x Barlow Lens
By: Matt Kelly
A good Barlow lense can be of enormous value to both the visual observer and the astrophotographer. I bought my revelation primarily for imaging although by now it has also got some good use visually. For those who are unfamiliar a barlow lens will magnify...
The history of marijuana: The founding father of fiber
By: James R Coffey
While many states across the U.S. debate the legalization of marijuana, there is a long-standing relationship between marijuana, religion, and medicine of which many are unaware. This article explores that long and enduring history. A long-standing medicinal Both medically and religiously, marijuana (hemp, cannabis)...
By: Joseph Parrinello
You may not have heard of them, but they are increasingly everywhere. Accelerometers are making their way into all kinds of consumer electronics and are becoming a popular device for measuring a persons activity levels. In technical terms, an accelerometer measures an objects acceleration relative...
By: Leigh Goessl
September 2010 can make for some memorable viewing experiences for stargazers. One of the biggest highlights is experts say mid to late month is to be a great time to get a sharper observation of Jupiter. Jupiter and Earth encounter each other every 13 months...
Fun home chemistry projects: Making sugar crystals
By: Joan Collins
Chemistry should be elevated to the reputation it deserves. Experiments in chemistry are be exciting and fun. Sometimes they can be downright tasty. Growing sugar crystals presents a fun way to study monoclinic crystals. This will include sharp right angles and smooth faces with a...
By: Asra Arshad
When it comes to science, there are tons of misconceptions that bedazzle the way we think about certain things. There are misconceptions when it comes to nutrition, when it comes to biology, when it comes to chemistry as well as when it comes to physics...
Everyday examples of mixtures
By: Asra Arshad
A mixture is when there is a combination of at least two or more substances physically combined together, not chemically. This means that the atoms of each of the substance to do not chemically bind together and can therefore be removed through simple processes. If...
By: Tarek Musslimani
Transport coefficients are mathematical constants that arise in differential equations in times and places that describe physical phenomena in the area of non-equilibrium statistical mechanics. These transport coefficients describe the behavior of the physical system when there is a deviation from equilibrium state. This deviation...
By: Pamela Kay
Since the beginning of time, man has searched the night sky for answers to a myriad of questions and your kids are no different. As you teach them how heavenly bodies affect the Earth and that, some stars have fabulous stories their interest will grow...

 

1 393 394 395 396 397 547
CHOOSE YOUR SCIENCES 360 TOPIC: