On Tuesday September 24th, 2019, our science class had a Skype chat with Tim Mepham, a man close to the age of 80, who lives at Nicola Lodge. Tim is a man with Huntington’s disease, which creates some problems with movement, communication and dexterity for him. During our first interaction, we found that Tim […]
To show an understanding of mitosis and the overall cell cycle, our science class split up into small groups of three to four and create a demonstration by taking pictures of models we make by using string, beads and pipe cleaners. The pipe cleaners were meant to represent chromosomes and chromatids. The chromatids were created […]
DNA is the building blocks of all living creatures, from animals to amoeba. It itself also has smaller parts that we refer to as bases. The four bases are adenine, cytosine, guanine and thymine. DNA is a double helix created by two opposite strands which consist of these bases, tied together with hydrogen bonds. In […]
This is the video that Mateen, Ella, Kate, Noah and I created to show what we know about climate change.
During this lab, my group tested three foods. We tested an orange, a potato and a lemon. We used a copper strip, galvanized nail for zinc, two wires to connect the metals with the voltmeter which we used to measure the volts of the three previously mentioned foods. Our first attempt was with the orange, […]
This is the Poo-opolis 500 video lab on static electricity I did with Erin Weisner.