Life Science Experiments in the News Possible Sickel Cell Anemia Cure Found

Last week I talked about the Kyoto University experiment that showed that certain chimps had much better memory skills than college students. This week I want to stay focused on recent life science experiments by looking at a sickle cell anemia experiment that has produced hope for many people struggling with this debilitating disease. The […]

Kyoto University ChimpCollege Student Memory Experiment

If you have been paying attention to science news this month, then chances are you ran across, or at least heard about, the experiment conducting at Kyoto University in Japan. This experiment had college students and chimps match wits with a number game. And what the results showed was truly surprising. The experiment went like […]

The Venus Flytrap Inspires New Microfiber Technology

Last week a news article came out that discussed how scientists have developed a unique material that can be used for a variety of functions based on the quick mechanical responses built into the Venus Flytrap’s design. This material is super thin, only about 1.5 millimeters thick. In order to create the quick spring reflex […]

Intel(r)’s Education Initiative: Investing $100 million

Today students need every advantage that we can offer them. As educators, we are aware that providing the resources that our students need to excel in the world is not always easy because of budget deficits. However, there are companies that are trying to lend a helping hand to schools, students, universities, teachers and communities. […]

Al Gore Wins Noble Peace Prize: The Importance of Energy Science Fair Projects

Al Gore: An Inconvenient Truth

Al Gore recently won the Noble Peace Prize for his efforts to raise awareness of global warming and to encourage changes to human practices to reduce our impact on the environment. This award is just one of many notable accolades that Mr. Gore has won for his crusade to save the planet. At the beginning […]


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