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In this lesson, students gain experience asking questions and conducting inquiry by exploring the separation of colors in water and other solvents.
Scientist are studying how sharks can have virgin births, called parthenogenesis.
To hit a fastball, a batter’s brain has to predict when it’ll come across the plate.
This lesson gives students an opportunity to examine the nature of systems in the context of an object with which they are very familiar - the bicycle.
In this segment of Material Marvels, Dr. Ainissa Ramirez demonstrates how materials behave strangely when they are nanosize—about 1/100,000 the thickness of your hair.
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