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But you’ll need this special paper to make it work. This intriguing article about a simple development in technology that could be applied in military and government situations could be used with students in years 7, 8, 9, and 10 studying Chemical or Physical Sciences. It may also be relevant to those in years 11 and 12 (Chemistry Units 1, 2, and 4 and Physics Unit 3).

The internet of thoughts is coming | Cosmos

Space tourism – a launch Australia can’t afford to miss – Australia’s Science Channel

The little-known native foods about to change the world – Australia’s Science Channel

From 3D printing to bioplastic, seaweed just keeps on giving – Australia’s Science Channel

Corals can’t adjust to acidic oceans – Australia’s Science Channel

Scientists closing in on deadly frog fungus – Australia’s Science Channel

Using nets and turtle eggs to take maths outside the classroom – Australia’s Science Channel

Robots will need to understand why they’re doing work – Australia’s Science Channel

This Australian invention could fix our recycling crisis – Australia’s Science Channel

Want invisible ink? Just put water in your inkjet | Cosmos

Want invisible ink? Just put water in your inkjet | Cosmos

Want invisible ink? Just put water in your inkjet | Cosmos

Can you know too much about yourself? | Cosmos

Chernobyl is now a hugely important wildlife refuge | Cosmos

For Antarctic food webs, penguin poo is the gift that keeps | Cosmos

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Years: 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12

Topics:

Chemical Sciences – Mixtures and Separations, Chemical Reactions, Atoms, Particle Models

Physical Sciences – Energy

Additional: Careers, Technology, Engineering.

Concepts (South Australia):

Chemical Sciences – Properties of Matter, Change of Matter

Physical Sciences – Energy