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Why is the Fish Blue?Article | By I Wonder | Dec 20, 2018  | Science & Technology | 0 Likes

The accidental discovery of the novel property of an enigmatic blue protein answered a question that had nagged a fish biologist for two decades.

Determination of the Molar Mass of Students in the Chemistry ClassArticle | By I Wonder | Jan 25, 2021  | Science & Technology | 0 Likes
A not-quite-procedure for not-really-an-experiment for chemistry educators.
 
How Science Teachers can collaborate with their students using Peer InstructionArticle | By I Wonder | Dec 20, 2018  | Science & Technology | 0 Likes

This article explores peer instruction in the science classroom.

Squaring the Circle Editor's Note Article | By At Right Angles | Jan 17, 2021  | Mathematics | 0 Likes
Squaring the Circle Editor's Note Article | By At Right Angles | Jan 17, 2021  | Mathematics | 0 Likes
An interview with Vena Kapoor - On exploring natureArticle | By I Wonder | Dec 20, 2018  | Science & Technology | 0 Likes

Vena Kapoor works with the Nature Conservation Foundation (NCF), Bengaluru on nature education, outreach and public engagement.

Metal-Organic Framework: The new all-rounders in Chemistry ResearchArticle | By I Wonder | Dec 20, 2018  | Science & Technology | 0 Likes

Metal-Organic Frameworks (MOFs) are a newly developed class of materials that allow us to store vast amounts of gases at low pressures in small volumes.

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