Hi, what are the good topics for physics, chemistry, geology, astronomy, and meteorology? I am focusing on biology however, I am not a biology major, I'm a physical science major. Many of the articles that are written by our co-author about SEO suggest that our articles should be "how-to" topics. I have difficulty choosing topics especially science is all about facts and experiments, not "how-to". Can you give me ideas? Please, help me. Thank you.
I'll suggest a few that I have found fascinating.
Titan, Saturn's Largest Moon
New Technology in Deep Sea Exploration
Magnetism and Plant Growth
Sea Ciliates: Half Plant, Half Animal
Nanocytes for Desalinization
How To's from these topics? Maybe:
How to Colonize a Space Station on Titan (Discuss conditions that need to be overcome.)
How to Become a Deep Sea Explorer
How to Enhance Plant Growth with Magnetism
How to Identify Whether a Living Thing is a Plant or Animal
How to Desalinate Ocean Water Without Heat
I hope these ideas inspire something, and, no, I haven't written about any of these.
To determine how to approach topics, you have to know who you are writing for.
So, if your readers are likely to be students, imagine what questions they would be asking.
For example, 'How can you tell the difference between crocodiles and alligators?'
'How does the force of gravity change depending on height above sea level?'
Take a topic and drill down to a possible question or comparison, or calculation. Have a look at old exam papers online. I believe the UK make practice papers available to all, and they can be a good source of inspiration.
https://revisionworld.com/a2-level-leve … ast-papers
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