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Monthly Archives: February 2014

St David’s Day daffodil science

Turn your daffodils red for St David’s Day! Happy St David’s Day! You can’t beat the cheery yellow face of the daffodils popping up all over the place – or can you? We often associate red with Wales, so could

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Animals: Carnivore, Herbivore or Omnivore?

by Abigail Read Fersiwn Cymraeg. All animals, whether they live in the wild, captivity or our homes, need one thing….. They all need to eat! We’re going to look at the different types of food which different animals eat and

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Winter Olympics: Get some energy!

By Zoë Gamble The Winter Olympics have now drawn to a close and we look forward to the Winter Paralympics in Sochi, Russia. Athletes from around the world have be competing in events such as speed skating, ice hockey, curling

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Top 10 inventions that are older than you think

The theme of the UK National Science and Engineering week for 2013 was… inventions! And inventing, and inventors and inventresses, and all things associated with making, designed and building new products. We here at science made simple have ergo dedicated this month’s

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