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Mission Jamaica: Day 6

One of the really cool things about an experience like Mission Jamaica is the opportunity to immerse yourself in the culture and get to know people.   345 more words

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'The bacteria on our buildings.' An interview with Dr Anne Jungblut | The Microverse

Are the bacteria found on our UK buildings dangerous and what impact do they have? In this the third and final podcast in our series interviewing Dr Anne Jungblut, the lead researcher of our citizen science project… 104 more words

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'Why is it important to study microorganisms?' An interview with Dr Anne Jungblut | The Microverse

In the second of three podcasts produced by Science Communication students Olivia Philipps and Caroline Steel, we find out more from Dr Anne Jungblut about the results of… 122 more words

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Science For Kids - Microorganisms

The science for kids website is absolutely great for 5th graders learning about types of microorganisms. There is an interactive video that allows the student to feel as if he/she is a secret agent, there to fight off the evil rogue microorganism. 93 more words

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Anton van Leeuwenhoek

Anton van Leeuwenhoek (1632-1723) was a student of science from the Netherlands nationality. His hobby wascreating microscope by using lens which rubs by himself. Leeuwenhoek has created more than 250 microscopes with single lens system and the maximum of magnification between 200 until 300 times. 256 more words


'Doesn't it get a bit boring always looking down a microscope?' An interview with Dr Anne Jungblut | The Microverse

To kick start our Citizen Science blog for 2016, Olivia Philipps and Caroline Steel, Science Communication students from Imperial College London, have produced a series of three podcasts interviewing Dr. 119 more words

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Mud... Friend or Foe?

By: Tina Davidson

Book Review

Fuzzy Mud (2015) by Louis Sachar

When I was growing up, I don’t remember reading any good fiction on microscopic creatures. 469 more words