07060545017, 07060545027


Interesting Facts About the Spacecraft JUNO, and Its Space Mission To JUPITER

It's no longer news that after a daring five year journey, Juno, the spacecraft launched by NASA finally went into orbit around Jupiter - the largest planet in our solar system. For the next two years, Juno will orbit round Jupiter as it gathers information that will help scientists understand how Jupiter and other planets [...]

Biology – Classes of Food

Topic: Classes of Food Contents: Meaning of food Classes of food and their functions Meaning of food Food is any edible substance either liquid or solid which when eaten is used by the body to maintain life. It is any nutritious substance that people or animals eat or drink, or that plants absorb, in order [...]

Please Tell Me, How Do I Read a Meniscus Accurately?

For Chemistry students who may have questions about how to accurately read a meniscus during Chemistry practicals, this is arriving just in time. According to about.com, the meniscus is the curve seen at the top of a liquid in response to its container. The meniscus can be either concave or convex, depending on the surface tension of the [...]

“The Only Time You Fail Is When You Don’t Try!” These Teens Share Their Entrepreneurial Journey With You

In the second of the series, we will consider teen entrepreneurs like the boy who converted his bitter experience from being bullied into a profitable business, to the girl who pestered her father for three straight years until he commited to her dream, even as you will be inspired by them, seeing that they are [...]

The 7 Wonders of the Ocean No One Told You About

If I told you to give a list of the world's oceans, I am pretty certain you would say Atlantic, Indian, Pacific......yet, you wouldn't be all wrong. But for the main fact that these oceans are connected, they are in real fact just one large ocean. Check out more facts below as provided by about.com 1. [...]

Chemistry – Water and Its Properties

Topic : Water and Its Properties Content: Water Water Cycle Types of Natural Water Purification of Water Physical Properties of Pure Water Chemical Properties of Pure water Benefit/Uses of Water A. Water Water is the most abundant chemical substance in the world. It covers 70 per cent of the surface of the earth. It occurs [...]

Is Your Drinking Water Safe or Contaminated? Check the Facts

Did you know that lead - a heavy metal - can contaminate your water supply?  Yes is the answer. The reason this is a possibility is because the source of drinking water for many people is open and unsafe. Also, while many modern structures use PVC pipes for plumbing, some older structures have lead plumbing [...]

Science Explains the Reason Your Hands Get Wrinkly After Exposure To Water

Dip your hands in water long enough, either while washing dishes or clothes, and you will notice the skin on your hands has become wrinkly! That's so very true! I can hear you gasp. But have you ever wondered why this is especially so, considering how skin covering the rest of your body and which you [...]

Science Corner: Does Adding Salt To Water Really Lower Its Boiling Point?

You may have heard this and wondered if it was true. Here is a look at the science behind salt and boiling water. It is not a scientific fact that adding salt to water lowers its boiling point. Actually, the opposite is true. Adding salt to water results in a phenomenon called boiling point elevation. The boiling [...]

Load More Posts