What’s in soil? When you pick up a handful of soil, what do you see? All soil is made up of inorganic mineral particles, organic matter (including living things), air and water. Inorganic mineral ...READ MORE
Incandescent light bulbs have been the most popular form of electrical lighting since Thomas Edison’s first practical ones 130 years ago. However, they have two major drawbacks: The way they use ...READ MORE
The Hub has a collections tool to sort and classify resources. Hub users can use the tool for their own planning, add their own notes and share their collections when they are signed in to the ...READ MORE
Are you looking for ways to teach forces? If you’re new to the Science Learning Hub, you may want to start with our introductory video on teaching physics. Alternatively, use the links below to ...READ MORE
All of New Zealand is at risk of tsunami but there is one simple thing we can all do to make sure we are prepared. Practise your drop, cover and hold and tsunami hīkoi – your evacuate walk - to ...
Come to the final exhibition of The Unseen sci-art-education project, which will involve a big recycling of the collaborative artwork developed with the Nelson community and workshops for local ...
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