What is Love?

What is Love?

Pat Benatar said “Love is a battlefield,” but as it turns out, it’s science too. Discover the fascinating role chemistry plays in how we fall (and stay) in...
Cabbage, Berries, and pH?

Cabbage, Berries, and pH?

Wondering what these fruits and veggies could possibly have to do with pH? You can actually use them as indicators to test the pH of a solution. Get the steps and give it a try with your students today! http://bit.ly/1xNYrJ8
‘Tis the Season for Science

‘Tis the Season for Science

Why Should Jack Frost Get to Have all the Fun? Learn how to grow a snowflake with borax crystals! http://chemistry.about.com/cs/howtos/ht/boraxsnowflake.htm O Chemis-tree, O Chemis-tree… See how the Chemistry World is decking the halls this holiday...
The Science Behind Snowflakes

The Science Behind Snowflakes

Winter isn’t winter without snowflakes. We all love watching them fall, and then of course there’s the fun of catching them with your tongue. But just how are these snowflakes formed, and why are no two exactly alike? Find out what makes snowflakes so special and you’ll never see...
Genetic Inheritance

Genetic Inheritance

How are health complications such as Huntington’s Disease and Cystic Fibrosis inherited? Why do x-linked recessive disorders affect males more than females? Find out in this fascinating article on genetic inheritance… http://www.nhs.uk/Conditions/GWhat enetics/Pages/Facts.aspx Pretty...
Pointers from a Pro: a Teacher Shares his Tips for Using Twig and TigTag

Pointers from a Pro: a Teacher Shares his Tips for Using Twig and TigTag

We think Twig and TigTag are great, but why just take our word for it? Hear what National Board Certified Teacher Harvey Bagshaw has to say about this indispensable resource for your science classroom: The Twig and Tigtag online resources bring real-world experience right to your...