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Plastiki w samochodach: polimeryzacja i recycling

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Jakie rodzaje plastików są wykorzystywane do zbudowania samochodu? W jaki sposób są one syntezowane i odzyskiwane? Marlene Rau i Peter Nentwig prezentują oba procesy opisane w projekcie „Chemia w Kontekście”.

Kalem ve kağıtla biyoinformatik: filogenetik ağaç oluşturma

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Biyoinformatik genellikle güçlü bilgisayarlarla yapılır. Ancak burada Cleopatra Kozlowski’nin yardımıyla kalem ve kağıttan başka birşey kullanmadan primat atalarımızı inceleyebilirsiniz.

Το παιχνίδι ντετέκτιβ DNA

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Με τη βοήθεια του παιχνιδιού ντετέκτιβ, ο Kenneth Wallace-Müller από την ομάδα του Gene Jury μας εισάγει στη χρήση του DNA στην εγκληματολογία και τις ηθικές ερωτήσεις που εμπλέκονται.

Können Sie eine Krebsmutation ausfindig machen?

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Wie entsteht Krebs und wie können Genetiker feststellen, dass eine Zelle krebsartig ist? Mit Hilfe der folgenden Aufgaben, die von der Abteilung für Kommunikation und Öffentlichkeitsarbeit (Communication and Public Engagement team) des Wellcome Trust Sanger Instituts (UK) erstellt wurden, können diese und andere ähnliche Fragen beantwortet werden.

Mikrobik yakıt hücresi:mayadan elektrik üretimi

Hepimizin de bildiği gibi bira ve ekmek yapımında maya kullanılır. Peki ya elektrik? National Centre for Biotechnology Education, Reading Üniversitesi, Birleşik Krallık’dan Dean Madden mayadan elektrik üretiminin nasıl olduğunu gösteriyor.

Peering into the darkness: modelling black holes in primary school

By Monica Turner

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Having difficulties explaining black holes to your students? Why not try these simple activities in the classroom?

Phylogenetics of man-made objects: simulating evolution in the classroom

By John Barker and Judith Philip

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Evolutionary relationships can be tricky to explain. By using simple, everyday objects, your students can work them out for themselves.

From the bottom of our hearts: a hands-on demonstration of the mammalian heartbeat

By Edmond Hui and Archie Taplin

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Using nothing but a pig’s heart, a knife and a supply of water, you and your students can investigate how the heart pumps.

The genetics of obesity: a lab activity

By Sarah McLusky, Rosina Malagrida and Lorena Valverde

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Around 1.5 billion people worldwide are overweight or obese. Are we just eating too much or can we blame our genes? Here’s how to investigate the genetics of obesity in the classroom.

Exploring scientific research articles in the classroom

By Miriam Ossevoort, Marcel Koeneman and Martin Goedhart

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Learn how to use research articles in your science lessons.

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