This gross science project is possibly the best-ever digestion lesson for kids. Using common kitchen items, we simulate digestion from eating to squeezing out a poop from a stocking.
In the olden days it was called cold-fire. When walking through the forest, our ancestors discovered glowing mushrooms on rotting wood. They called it ‘fox-fire’. They were fascinated by the fairy tale nature...
The brain is the most mysterious organ in our body due to all the unknown things that have yet to be discovered, from where do each nerve synapse come from what portions we use for what processing.
Some joints move freely, some move only slightly and the rest don’t move at all. This article is about the different types of joints in the human body and how to classify each one of them.
The study of skeletons is the part of most biology classes. If you are working on an anatomy or biology science fair project then you need to learn more about skeletons.
This article deals with blood vessels, types of blood vessels and how they are involved with the distribution of blood from the heart to the different parts of the body and finally back to the heart.
The human skin is the largest organ of the integumentary system which is made up of multiple layers of epithelial tissues that guard underlying muscles and organs.
Mimicry in insects is a fairly common way for them to avoid predators and to obtain a meal for survival. Many insects, especially the praying mantis, have evolved some of the most elaborate mimicries.
Earthworms perform an important service in our ecosystem. This hub will help you discover more about these amazing excavators in a way that your kids, or grandkids, will enjoy.
Algae are eukaryotic, photosynthetic protist. They are classified into smaller group according to the dominant pigment they produce; the algal groups which include the green, brown, and red algae, diatoms and din...