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Mealworms are insects with a high nutritional value and could provide a source of animal protein that is more sustainable than traditional livestock.
Dirty windows can harbour potentially harmful pollutants under protective films of fatty acids from cooking emissions – and these can hang around for long periods of time.
Lactase tablets for managing lactose intolerance can be used in the classroom to explore the biochemistry of sugars and the properties of enzymes.
Redox reactions carried out by inexpensive baker’s yeast during breadmaking can also be used to demonstrate biofuel cells in the classroom.
Three candles of different heights are lit in a closed space. Surprisingly, the longest candle goes out first. Can you solve the mystery?
Shine a light on the science of colour: create and combine rainbows and explore how colours arise through reflection, absorption, and transmission.