How well do science museums really teach science?

How well do science museums really teach science?

Science museums do impart a lot of knowledge and teach science, but not without its drawbacks.

Career in Science

Careers in Science

Science is a systematic enterprise that builds and organizes knowledge in the form of testable explanations and predictions about the universe.

HOW DO WE REMEMBER THINGS? WHAT IS THE RELIABILITY OF MEMORIES IN RECALLING THE TRUE EVENTS OF THINGS?

HOW DO WE REMEMBER THINGS? WHAT IS THE RELIABILITY OF MEMORIES IN RECALLING THE TRUE EVENTS OF THINGS?

A memory, located inside the brain, is responsible for the social conduct of an individual.

HOW DID HUMAN SPEECH DEVELOP? ARE THERE ANY CLUES THAT CAN BE FOUND IN RESEARCHING PRIMATE SOCIAL INTERACTIONS?

HOW DID HUMAN SPEECH DEVELOP? ARE THERE ANY CLUES THAT CAN BE FOUND IN RESEARCHING PRIMATE SOCIAL INTERACTIONS?

Humans differentiate from other animals owing to intelligence and well-developed speech patterns.

Eco Tourism: A Step Towards the Conservation of The Environment

Eco Tourism: A Step Towards the Conservation of The Environment

Can endangered areas and animals be saved by helping local people develop alternative economies like raising tropical fish or ecotourism

Contact Lenses to Monitor Blood Sugar Level

Contact Lenses to Monitor Blood Sugar Level

New smart contact lens monitors blood sugar levels

As men age, do they pass on genetic abnormalities to their children?

As men age, do they pass on genetic abnormalities to their children?

DNA, the basic code of life that makes us who we are, is often the victim of mutations, every single one of them.

Ice in space with imitation starlight makes the ice act more like a liquid than a solid

Ice in space with imitation starlight makes the ice act more like a liquid than a solid

Zapping simulated space ice with imitation starlight makes the ice act more like a liquid than a solid, meaning similar ices in space might be good places for organic chemistry.

Venkatraman Radhakrishnan- The Space Scientist
Scientist Profiles

VENKATRAMAN RADHAKRISHNAN- THE SPACE SCIENTIST

Venkatraman Radhakrishnan was a space scientist who was born on 18th May 1929 in Tondaripet, Madras Presidency, British India and died on 3rd March 2011 in Bangalore, India.

SCIENCE ADVANCEMENT: STORING LIGHT LIKE SOUND

In this age of scientific era, there is almost nothing that science can’t achieve. Amidst other scientific discoveries and advancements, the news of scientists being able to store light like sound has come to light.

THE USE OF VENOM FROM ANIMALS IN MEDICINE

Ever since evolutionary times, humans have been scared of creepy crawlers and the poisons that they contain. When you see something poisonous, there is simply no going back- you either run away or try to fight to save yourself.

THE BLUE DOT FESTIVAL

Festivals have always been about cosmic experiences that make your time fly away in some beautiful mind-melting moments.