06th January 2017 by EdulabDifference between Nitrile, Vinyl And Latex GlovesThe proper use of protective gloves is as important in a school setting as it is in any other controlled environment.
01st December 2016 by Edulab4 New Elements Of The Periodic TableFour new, radioactive elements, discovered in recent years, have now been named and added to the seventh row of the periodic table.
10th November 2016 by EdulabCharles' Law - Real Life ApplicationsHere are a few examples of Charles' law in action in everyday life, which can help to embed students’ understanding.
20th October 2016 by EdulabSpooky Halloween Science ExperimentsWith Halloween around the corner, why not convert your school science lab into a spooky science lab?
07th October 2016 by EdulabThe Importance of Dissection in BiologyMany teachers and education professionals maintain that there is no substitute for the hands-on learning experience of dissection.
13th September 2016 by EdulabWorld Ozone Day - 16th September16th September is International Day for the Preservation of the Ozone Layer. Established in 1994 by the UN General Assembly, this date commemorates the signing, in 1987, of the Montreal Protocol on Substances that Deplete the Ozone Layer.
06th September 2016 by EdulabVan De Graff Generator - How Does It Work?While many of us may not recognise the name, most will undoubtedly have seen its hair-raising effects.
22nd August 2016 by EdulabFun Facts – Human BodyThe human body is remarkable. From the circulatory to the skeletal, it manages a range of biological systems that perform specific functions, enabling us to exist.
05th August 2016 by EdulabThis Day In Science HistoryAmerican astronaut, Neil Armstrong was born, on 5th August, 1930, and made history by being the first person to walk on the moon.