The European Space Agency have many outstanding and beautiful sets of images of Earth taken from space. Continue reading
The first tentative steps in developing a fizzy juice geysers demonstration.
When it comes to gravity, you can think of Earth as being shaped like a potato!
Looking at the chemical make up of the human body to see what elements feature and the role they play.
Scotland is a beautiful country and one of my favourite things to do is see as much of it as I can. I love the miles and miles of coastline and our spectacular beaches that transport you as far away as you could possibly want to go from the hustle and bustle of city life.
It’s been a great start to December this year with loads of snow falling in Scotland and there seems no let up in the wintry conditions 🙂
I’ve taken the opportunity to make some Snow Creatures in the garden.
Spectacular light shows utilising the architecture of our buildings and the technology of lasers.
Whether you’re just starting out on finding your way beyond Earth, or, someone with a lifelong passion for exploring the heavens, you’ll find these 10 must visit websites about the universe invaluable in your quest for all the latest news, research, and discoveries in space.
In addition to my Top 15 Science Websites, here are another 10 that are also more than worthy of your attention. Whilst checking out the science behind topical news issues affecting us all to exploring careers in science – you’ll find great podcasts to listen to, resources for schools and teachers, activities to try at home, and pick up skills on evaluating and scrutinising the information you’re presented with rationally and scientifically.
There’s a stack of great science websites out there on the net offering up something for everyone. Everything from videos of experiments, uncovering the latest pioneering research, to science events you can roll your sleeves up for and take part in too.