Molecular Movies - A Portal to Cell & Molecular Animation
Very insteresting site about biology simulation
This web resource presents an organized directory of cell and molecular animations, as well as a collection of original tutorials for life science professionals learning 3D visualization. The goal is to provide an efficient way for scientists and educators to browse and access existing animations for teaching and communication purposes.Molecular Workbench
Software Run the Molecular Workbench to view activities or create your own. Curriculum Browse or search our database of curriculum materials for middle school through high school.
*********************Oxygen on Vimeo
This is Oxygen, produced at the Ringling College of Art + Design as my thesis for the department of Computer Animation. As a recent graduate, I am hoping this film along with a number of effects I have done for other students will help me get a job doing vfx for film, tv, or games. Visit my website at http://particleart.com to see my reel and (not quite so fantastic as this) other work!
fun cartoon about oxygen - tells difft properties of elementsBacon: the Other White Heat | Popular Science
@ryanbaldwin that was just amazing! Breakfast will never be the same again! [via tonyarkles] http://tr.im/iVsr [from http://twitter.com/wafflessh/statuses/1530175526]
Amazing. Prosciutto as a thermal lance.Single molecule, one million times smaller than a grain of sand, pictured for first time | Mail Online
Thought you'd be interested in this photo. Fred PageeChalk: periodic table tetris game
This game may be of interest to science teachers who need students to memorize the Periodic Table.
Web 2.0 version of Tetris Periodic Table
science chemistry periodic game periodic table tetris
Tetris-style Periodic table game.
Guide falling elements into the correct place in the periodic table.What's Inside a Cup of Coffee?
Shows real life uses of all the elements in the periodic table
what elements are used forMake: Online: Make: Science Room Home
Greetings citizen scientists, budding biohackers, and backyard explorers! We think you'll find the Make: Science Room a fun and useful resource. We hope you'll use it as your DIY science classroom, virtual laboratory, and a place to share your projects, hacks, and laboratory tips with other amateur scientists. Your Make: Science Room host is Robert Bruce Thompson, author of Illustrated Guide to Home Chemistry Experiments: All Lab, No Lecture. (Make: Books, 2008) and Illustrated Guide to Forensics Investigations: Uncover Evidence in Your Home, Lab, or Basement (not yet published). We'll be drawing material from these titles first, but will soon branch out into biology, astrononmy, Earth sciences, and other disciplines. We'll be adding lots of material on a regular basis, so check back often. For more info on the site, see Introducing the Make: Science Room.
Make MagazineBBC NEWS | Science & Environment | Single molecule's stunning image
RT @justinvincent Single molecule's stunning image http://bit.ly/rcsbq [from http://twitter.com/CollinVanUden/statuses/3614397312]
The detailed chemical structure of a single molecule has been imaged for the first time, say researchers.
The detailed chemical structure of a single molecule has been imaged for the first time, say researchers. The physical shape of single carbon nanotubes has been outlined before, using similar techniques - but the new method even shows up chemical bonds. Understanding structure on this scale could help in the design of many things on the molecular scale, particularly electronics or even drugs. The IBM researchers report their findings in the journal Science.How To Make Thermite: - How To Do Stuff
Maybe, in some alternate universe, I paid attention in chemistry class...
Openchemistry makes chemistry learning content free, open and available to the world.Welcome to Virtlab!
Simulador de un laboratorio de química
A virtual chemistry lab.
laboratorio virtuale di scienze
virtual science lab for kids - samLife’s First Spark Re-Created in the Laboratory | Wired Science | Wired.com
A fundamental but elusive step in the early evolution of life on Earth has been replicated in a laboratory. Researchers synthesized the basic ingredients
something Creationists said could never be done or observed
RNAの合成に成功。nature may 13
amazing stuff100 Coolest Science Experiments on YouTube - X-Ray Technician Schools
While few of the scientific offerings formally follow the scientific method or test an explicitly stated hypothesis, even those videos veering more towards demonstrating various principles, theories, and laws still offer visitors a chance to learn something about how the world around them operates. By this point, it should go without saying that many of the following videos contain procedures that may be dangerous to perform at home or without the proper equipment and/or training. Please do not duplicate any of these experiments unless assured that they are entirely safe for amateurs.Lifehacker - Learn the Basic Chemistry of Marinades - Recipes
Food science/ keaggy.com :: The Periodic Table of Periodic Tables /
Splendid HTML5 app for 3D molecule modeling.Not Exactly Rocket Science : Carbon nanotechnology in an 17th century Damascus sword
An article which analyses the Damascus blade, known for being supernaturaly strong, using scientific method.
swords damascus steelCummingtonite - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
RT @Cocoia: You can't really make up mineral names like these: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cummingtonite
"Monoclinic cummingtonite is compositionally similar and polymorphic with orthorhombic anthophyllite, which is a much more common form of magnesium-rich amphibole, the latter being metastable"Simple elixir called a 'miracle liquid' - Los Angeles Times
Electrolyzed water yields two compounds as a degreaser and sanitizer
Sounds like the old "Saturday Night Live" gag for Shimmer, the faux floor polish plugged by Gilda Radner. But the elixir is real. It has been approved by U.S. regulators. And it's starting to replace the toxic chemicals Americans use at home and on the job. The stuff is a simple mixture of table salt and tap water whose ions have been scrambled with an electric current. Researchers have dubbed it electrolyzed water -- hardly as catchy as Mr. Clean. But at the Sheraton Delfina in Santa Monica, some hotel workers are calling it el liquido milagroso -- the miracle liquid.Does Nature Break the Second Law of Thermodynamics?: Scientific American
From the November 2008 Scientific American Magazine | 62 comments Does Nature Break the Second Law of Thermodynamics? In seeming defiance of the second law of thermodynamics, nature is filled with examples of order emerging from chaos. A new theoretical framework resolves the apparent paradox By J. Miguel Rubí
Scientific American: In seeming defiance of the second law of thermodynamics, nature is filled with examples of order emerging from chaos. A new theoretical framework resolves the apparent paradox
discussion topic, allow students to discuss key points of article, provide them with selected passages. This is a good way to see if they understand as they will have to discuss how nature does and doesn't obey the laws of thermodynamics.Make Fake Snot
Learn how to make fake snot or mucous.How to Make Hot Ice - wikiHow
wikiHow article about How to Make Hot Ice.