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.
The sheer ingenuity of nature in helping animals survive is astonishing. The way animals have learnt to hide is explored in the science of Mimicry, Camouflage and Aposematism.
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 of insects flying through the forest with an eerie and ethereal glow. They...
A chalazion is a lump that forms in the eyelid when an oil gland gets blocked. It is just a swelling and not an infection or a growth. Read all about the chalazion and how it differs from a stye.
With those creatures walking around the planet, we are basically living in a real life Jurassic World.
Learn why biology is important, how it relates to daily life, and the effect biology has in modern medicine. Get a feel for life science by exploring the various fields of biology.
Life science for kids. Learn about the heart for elementary age kids and homeschool
This biology article contains information, colorful photos, and videos of mollusks, including snails, squids, scallops, clams, cuttlefish and others. The characteristics of mollusks are also discussed
Sensitive teeth can make eating hot or cold food items a painful experience. This article is all about sensitive teeth and how to take care.
The tongue map is one of the longest lasting science myths around. We have known since 1974 that there is no tongue map for taste, but many people are still learning about it in school. So how do we taste things? It is a complicated answer. To learn about taste, grab a friend and try some of...