Choosing A Preparatory Course In Medicine

Lisa R. Parker

Preparatory courses usually are college degrees that are taken prior to the medicine courses from medical colleges and universities. The number of years ranges from two to four years depending on the requirements stated by governing laws per country that confers an individual of a Bachelor’s degree. Preparatory courses are […]

Biology Experiments for Teachers – Enzymes: Catalase

Lisa R. Parker

Safety. Although the hazards in the following experiments are negligible, you are advised to consult the latest edition of ‘Safeguards in the School Laboratory’ published by The Association for Science Education (ase.org.uk) before embarking on any experiment. Outline. Catalase is an enzyme which occurs in the cells of many living […]

Equipment for the Amateur Astronomer – Part 1

Lisa R. Parker

Binoculars and telescopes and other astronomy equipment and accessories are the meat and potatoes of amateur astronomy. A good pair of binoculars is what introduced me to the pleasures of stargazing many moons ago and only after a couple of years scanning the skies did I graduate to a telescope. […]

What Is ATP Testing?

Lisa R. Parker

What is ATP testing? This is a question that goes through the minds of those exploring the world of biochemistry. In simple terms, ATP testing as the name suggests involves the testing of ATP. ATP is an particle found in every living cell and is responsible for providing the energy […]

5 Great Games That Teach Responsibility

Lisa R. Parker

Responsibility isn’t something students develop overnight. It takes lots of practice to show self-control when things don’t go our way, to be accountable for our decisions, to finish what we start, and to keep trying even when we want to give up. Our middle and high school students need lots […]