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Monthly Archives: July 2017

Poppy presents…15th Birthday Celebrations!

Here at science made simple, we love sharing our passion for science, and helping others who wish to do the same! This blog post is written by the recent winner of out secondary category video competition, Poppy Oxberry. science made simple

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How do plants have babies?

By Becca Smithers Plants are incredible. They can be found in dry, rocky places, they can be over 100 metres tall, they can be eaten, and most importantly they provide the oxygen in Earth’s atmosphere. Plants mostly stay in one

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Posted in Biology

How many sweets in the Jar – using maths!

By Matthew Allen We’ve all been to a fair or fete and played the game ‘Guess how many sweets in the jar’. Maybe your technique is to try to count as many as you can see or perhaps you’re just a wild

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Making Science Simple: Video Competition Finalists

We are delighted to announce the finalists for our “Making Science Simple Video Competition.” We had absolutely fantastic entries and have been inspired by the amazing talent out there. There are three videos in each category, listed below then scroll

Posted in News, Science Communication