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SC2: Nanobiomaterials

Written by: Nathan Holwell (Chair), Rosa Comas (Clerk), and Laura McKiel (Editor)

Nano is derived from the Greek word “nanos” meaning dwarf. This scale deals with “stuff” at the 10-9 level. 424 more words

The Eighth continent: Zealandia

Under the waves of pacific ocean lies a giant land that  once was called a continent: Zealandia, geologists say.

Zealandia is 5 million square kilometers big, including  New Zealand and New Caledonia. 285 more words

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SC1: Biomaterials and Biocompatibility

Written by Rosa Comas (Chair) and Laura McKiel (Clerk)

Our first Science Club session, Biomaterials and Biocompatibility, was held last Thursday. Have a look at the summary and come out this week to learn about Nanobiomaterials! 618 more words

3 Things YOU Don't Know about YOURSELF

“People live without knowing”, a famous quote mentioned by an ancient philosopher, may seem to be a little absurd. However, through the years of development of psychology, researchers realized that this quote is far from false, but is correct. 640 more words

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Science Club starts tomorrow!

CBS-KSC is hosting our first Science Club. Science Club consists of an organized, small group of graduate students and postdocs from different departments attending sessions on a regular basis to critically evaluate a particular scientific topic and discuss potential solutions. 260 more words

Science Club - Plants


Arrival Craft: Make leaf mobiles. leafmobile

Introduction: Plants are the beginning of all food chains, because they are able to make their own food using the energy from sunlight. 91 more words

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Science Club - Pneumatics 2


Arrival Craft: Air colouring sheet. air

Introduction: Gasses can be compressed more than liquids or solids, but there are still limits. If we try to squash air too much, it will rush away. 161 more words

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