How did humans conquer the air?

This lesson presents the most important milestones in the history of aviation.

What will happen to us?

Let's find solutions to the global environmental issues!

The anatomy of the heart (intermediate)

This lesson introduces the position and anatomy of the heart, as well as the blood flow...

Is glass a liquid or a solid?

A lesson about the special properties of glass, the process of glassmaking and the...

What can positioning systems be used for?

This lesson encourages the use of the Global Positioning System.

Activity? Radio? Radioactivity!

This lesson presents the discovery of radioactive radiation and its positive and negative...

Where will we meet?

Let's find out how many pieces of information are necessary for specifying a location.

Are poison dart frogs poisonous?

Find out interesting facts about the anatomy of amphibians and their vital processes.

Does wind have energy?

This lesson presents the old and modern ways of utilising wind energy.

How do birds fly? Part 2

Let's examine the anatomy of birds and their vital processes from the point of view of...

Where exactly?

Learn how to specify a location in a playful manner!

How do birds fly? Part 1

The plumage and streamlined bodies of birds play a key role in flying.

How to feed your T-rex

The lesson introduces you to the features of Tyrannosaurus rex.

How can we group chemical reactions?

The experiments in this lesson will introduce you to the various types of chemical reactions.

Become a forensic anthropologist

Find out what types of bones there are and what anthropologists do!

How long have we used fire?

In this lesson you will learn about the history of fire and the conditions necessary for...

How do single-celled organisms move?

Let's catch a glimpse into the world of microscopic unicellular organisms!

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