Can water be two types of liquid?

Researchers offer evidence to support decades-old theory about liquid water. Demonstrate an application of states of matter and particles to Chemistry students in years 5 and 8. Word Count: 492 Credit: Yu Liang Lim/EyeEm/Getty Images. Cold water behaves strangely. For … Continued

Your backyard could help reduce global warming

A study finds gardens cool urban temperatures by six degrees, meaning your backyard can help reduce global warming. Inspire students to help slow global warming from home with this article suitable for Biological, Earth and Space and Physical science students … Continued

Soap bubbles form natural snow-domes

Temperature governs crystal formation and movement in freezing suds. This short article would work well alongside Chemical and Physical sciences for years 8, 9, and 10, as well as Senior Secondary Sciences. An interactive activity and suggested class experiment are … Continued