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What’s at the bottom of the ocean?

By Leanne Gunn It may seem crazy, but we know more about the surface of Mars than we do about the ground beneath our oceans. Yet beneath the sea is a whole underwater landscape with valleys, mountains and even volcanoes. 

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Posted in Geology

A Canadian in Cardiff

By Parker McLean All About Parker! Over the Past month and a half, I have been lucky to be an intern at science made simple right here in Cardiff. Back in Canada, I spend my days studying in the Science

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Posted in Engineering, Primary, Science Communication, Space

“I’m Not a Scientist!” – Rainbow Activity 3: Ice Cube Drawing

By Farhin Begum Hello folks! I hope everyone has had an amazing time with  second series on “I’m not a Scientist” blog – rainbow edition! I have one more exciting activity for you and it’s easy to do with things you

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Posted in Activity, Chemistry, Exploring Science, Primary

Growing towards the sun!

By Abigail Read This blogpost looks at different flowering plant and tree components and what they do, focussing on the different parts of the plant and how they are involved in plants growing.  We also look at an experiment to to

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Posted in Activity, Biology, Primary

Summertime, soaking up the … water!

Seen as it’s now officially summer, we’ve been soaking up the sun when we can, and this gave us some inspiration for science experiments. However, instead of the sun we’ve been soaking up water, using water beads. This blog is

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