What defines the beginning of a life? New evidence reveals that inside all of us are traces of cells from our relatives, blurring the lines between one life and another.
No-one likes being late. Knowing the difference in time systems will make all the difference, especially if your train is leaving at 3.30 ... or is it leaving at 15:30?
Did you know some people have bearded dragons as pets? Native to Australia, these reptiles can make great pets! Find out how to look after one and what else you need to know about these spiky creatures. What do bearded dragons like to eat? What kind of features do reptiles have? What makes up a good habitat for a bearded dragon? Why does the tank need a heat lamp? Would you like to have a bearded dragon as a pet? Why or why not?
Pete Ceglinski reveals what inspired him to invent the Seabin, a 'vacuum cleaner' for the ocean that can collect plastics, microplastics and even oil. Activity: Collect a bag of rubbish and sort it into objects that float and objects that sink. Describe what makes something float or not. Can you draw a machine to collect the rubbish that sinks? How can we prevent rubbish getting into our oceans?
Dive into the science of the ocean for National Science Week 2020, with a collection that explores some of the technologies developed to clean up and study the deep. Start with Australia's Seabin invention, with videos from Scope and Foreign Correspondent, and explore the Deep Blue: Innovations for the Future of Our Oceans guide for activities.
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