We experience the laws of force and motion each time we perform an action, whether we’re taking a walk or pouring a bowl a cereal. Even when trying to stay completely still, we share the motion of Earth’s orbit around … Read more
Boredom tends to get a bad reputation. Although we love to hate it, the feeling of boredom is an incredible motivator to keep our brains active. It’s how our brains tell us to find something interesting. Two of the best … Read more
What is a UFO? An Unidentified Flying Object, as the name suggests, is an object or phenomenon seen in the sky that cannot be identified or explained. Depending on who you ask, the term could refer to anything from alien spacecraft, to weather balloons and military drones, to smudges and light on the camera lens.
Genetically Modified Organisms, or GMOs, are plants and animals that have had their DNA artificially altered with genetic engineering techniques such as gene splicing. A more natural or “organic” version of this process is called selective breeding. Humans have been … Read more
Brainfuse is your one-stop-shop for Homework Assistance. From supplemental flash cards to live tutoring with experts, Brainfuse has the resources you need to improve your learning experience. Get homework help on any subject with an online tutor any day of … Read more
Well, the weather in the Bay Area is hardly ever frightful but it is certainly cold and rainy! Use your time inside to try some science experiments available through the SCCLD Student Portal. Whether you are interested in Chemistry, Ecology, … Read more
The history of nuclear power in the United States began with the controversial Manhattan Project, the secret World War II project that led to the creation of the first nuclear weapons. As fears grew of a Nazi-controlled super weapon, America began … Read more
If you could visit any place on Earth, where would you go? Perhaps you would like to see Mount Stromboli, a volcano in Italy which erupts at least once a year. Maybe instead of seeing the fiery lava, you would … Read more
November 25th is Macy’s Day Parade, known for its spectacular, imaginative, and GIGANTIC parade balloons. But how are they made? Learn about Making Macy’s Parade Balloons from the Watch and Learn Library! Creating the balloons requires a delicate blend of … Read more
It’s the spookiest month of the year which makes us wonder about the paranormal phenomena that surrounds our world… Ghosts, cryptids and aliens, oh my! Are humans alone in this world or are extraterrestrial creatures visiting us from the beyond? … Read more
With so much change occurring in the last year, young students have been thrown into many new forms of learning. Some students thrived in an online environment and others have begun to form an educational gap. In order to address … Read more
The Moon has fascinated mankind for many centuries. Galileo Galilei devised an early version of the telescope and turned it to the heavens, which began the age of telescopic astronomy. Science Online will provide you with lots of facts and data about the Moon. This is an essential resource for any science related homework assignments.