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A lesson about the benefits and limitations of genetic engineering.
Simple, straightforward information about the coronavirus epidemic.
Let's find solutions to the global environmental issues!
A summary of the physics of waves for high school students.
The theory of relativity explained like you've never seen before.
In this lesson, you will find answers to questions about the pressure of solids, liquids and gases.
Learn about animals inhabiting rivers, lakes and their shorelines.
This lesson presents the European garden spider and the castor bean tick, two species that live at the shrub level of temperate forests.
In this lesson, you can learn about various herbs and spices.
How to reduce energy use at home
A digital lesson that gives an overview of vibrations for high-school students.
In this lesson, you will learn about the history of food in art and the Surrealist movement.
Energy exists in many different forms. Each form can be converted or changed into the other forms.
In the lesson, you will learn how many minutes of running uses up the energy that a chocolate bar gives you.
In this lesson, you can learn about the famous Russian writer.
The Renaissance, which originated in Italy, was inspired by Ancient Greek and Roman art.
In this lesson you will learn more about minerals and rocks.
A lesson about the structure of the Universe and the Solar System.
In summer, meadows are full of noisy bugs. Like always, if there are a lot of bugs, there will be a lot of animals feeding on them as well.
What happens when a rocket is launched? Why do we fall when the bus brakes? Let's learn about the laws of motion.