Space is a great topic for inspiring students while teaching curriculum-relevant science. Start now with ESA’s teach with space program.
Discover simple adaptations to apparatus and experiments that make practical chemistry more accessible to students with vision impairment.
Plants today are extremely diverse, abundant, and flamboyant. However, the first land plants, which initiated a great change in the flora and fauna on planet Earth, were very different.
We can’t image our home galaxy from the outside, so how do we study it? Learn how astronomers unveil the dramatic past of the Milky Way and peer into its future.
Meet the planarian, a fascinating flatworm with incredible biological abilities unique and surprising ways responses to various stimuli.
Do air convection currents really move as they are drawn in textbook illustrations? Let’s make invisible convection currents visible using mist.
Still standing: have you ever wondered how buildings stand? Or why they sometimes fall? Let’s explore this through bridges, from construction to collapse.
The oceans cover over 70% of the surface of our planet. Try these activities to learn more about Earth’s largest habitat and how it affects our lives.