Atomic Force Microscope Probes

Atomic Force Microscopes remain well-known for being the most advanced piece of technology, particularly among those that are in the field of cellular biology. They do this by utilizing a probe, also called a tip. This is what will go into the cell, or rest above it when in no contact mode in order to give a high-resolution image.

In order to guarantee that the best results are achieved, one must take special care with every single piece of equipment. It is of utmost importance that the tips are never played with by small children, and that all members of staff know how to properly use them

When probes are used they often become coated in one substance or another. Continue reading Atomic Force Microscope Probes

Teaching Science In The Primary Classroom

Kids will enjoy most subjects taught to them at a young age but teaching science in the primary classroom can become a little difficult. kids will automatically turn off at the mention of science as they relate it to a boring lesson or lecture – they need to be shown that science is indeed fun.

Teaching science in the primary classroom can be made much easier if you add fun to the whole process. So what tools do your school have or use ( if any ). Some schools cannot afford to supply equipment covering every aspect of every subject so find out what is available to you. Continue reading Teaching Science In The Primary Classroom

Vectors Showing Us the Way

Vectors Showing Us the Way

Physics is very divergent from chemistry and biology because physics has to do more with light, energy, mechanics, electricity, magnetism, gravity, and other physical properties. Physics now has been around for centuries and is everywhere in the world. As our world progresses with new things as well as new discoveries there are new theories being answered. A vector is an amount that has direction but as well as magnitude and it is something mathematicians and engineers use to find the force. Continue reading Vectors Showing Us the Way

Where Einstein And Modern Physicists Fudged Up Or What The Aliens Know That Our Scientists Do Not! Part VI Black Holes Full Of Worm Holes?

In 1916 when Einstein first published his General Theory of Relativity there was a Prussian Officer, Karl Schwarzschild, a former math teacher in Germany who immediately produced an equation that showed a mass could be so dense as to never let light escape a certain critical radius. Today this radius is known as the Schwarzschild radius.

Einstein and the physics community at the time believed that this radius could never be reached because the forces in the atoms would never let this collapse happen.

In the 1950s and 1960s it once again found favor when quasars were discovered and today it is a currently accepted concept that most galaxies have a black hole at their center.

However Black Holes are not logical with respect to the special theory of relativity. Continue reading Where Einstein And Modern Physicists Fudged Up Or What The Aliens Know That Our Scientists Do Not! Part VI Black Holes Full Of Worm Holes?

Eugenics: Dark Past of Selective Breeding

Eugenics: Dark Past of Selective Breeding

Sir Francis Galton, Victorian psychologist and scientist, was by all accounts a genius. He was responsible for inventions such as the weather map and classifying fingerprints for use in forensic science. He also began studying short term climate change in his native England. As a half cousin to Charles Darwin, he became fascinated with The Origin of the Species and began to study selective breeding in animals. Continue reading Eugenics: Dark Past of Selective Breeding