By: Christine Anderson
Science is a way "to know" about the natural world and universe. The practitioner of science follows a process of critical and inquiry thinking to explain natural physical processes. The scientific way of knowing about the world requires that scientists make inferences, or conclusions, based...
By: John Carter
Once the grain and the chaff were swept up from the thrashing floor the farmer was left with the job of separating the wheat or whatever else he was growing. All grains unfortunately have chaff that must be removed before it can be further processed...
By: Tiongho Poh
Methods of Arc Welding:SAW (submerged arc welding):For this process, welding power may be AC or DC. The welding current ranges from 250 amps for 2.4 mm wire to 2000 amps for 9.5 mm wire. Weld quality is high, meeting ASME Boiler & Pressure...
Events you don't want to miss at the BA Festival of Science
By: Can Tran
The 2007 BA Festival of Science will take place from September 9-15 at the University of York at York, United Kingdom. It's supposed to be one of the biggest science events in all of the United Kingdom. Scientists from the United Kingdom and abroad from...
Events you don't want to miss at the 2007 Australian Science Festival
By: Can Tran
This year's Australian Science Festival which is the 2007 Australian Science Festival will be held August 15th to the 19th at the Australian Institute of Sport, Leverrier, Crescent, Bruce. For the events, you should try to attend as many events as possible. At the website...
By: Can Tran
BA is the shortened term for the British Association for the Advancement of Science or BAAS. It was a society founded by William Vernon Harcourt in 1831. After growing tired and jaded with the Royal Society of London for the Improvement of Natural Knowledge or...
By: Can Tran
Recently, the Edinburgh International Science Festival has marked its 19th anniversary around April of this year. It's a science festival that's annually held in Edinburgh, Scotland for 12 days in April. The festival from what I read isn't limited to one location within the city...
By: Shel Funk
A MOST SIGNIFICANT INVENTION There were so many inventions in the 20th century it's hard to know where to begin. I guess the most fitting place to start would be at the beginning of the century when Count Ferdinand von Zeppelin invented the Zeppelin (1900)...
By: Can Tran
There are plenty of ways of making science festivals children-friendly. The most obvious is to make it fun. If the festival is fun, it'll bring kids anyway. Children want to be mentally stimulated. It'll keep them thinking and learning new things. In order to make...
By: Tammy L Mahan
When attending a science festival proper etiquette is expected. Science festivals can be educational and fun for the whole family. Many festivals offer hands on activities for adults and children. I find these exhibits to draw the largest crowds. In this situation proper etiquette is...

 

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