What is gelatine and how to use it

Gelatine is a crystal like gel that is tasteless and colourless. It widely use in food industry as gelling agent. In addition, gelatine is a strand that obtains from hydrolysed collagen. It is unique amino acid profile give consumer many health benefits. Mix gelatine with liquid and heat it up, and it dissolves into a … Read more

What Is Donovanosis, A So-Called ‘Flesh Eating’ Sexually Transmitted Infection?

There are some bacteria in the environment that are so pervasive and detrimental as the disease process caused by them made it looks like we are getting eaten by an unseen entity typically known as the flesh-eating microbial agents. Among all of the sexually transmitted diseases, donovanosis can be considered as one of the flesh-eating … Read more

Stages of Socialization

The human child comes into the world, as a biological organism with animal needs. He is gradually moulded in society into a social being and learns social ways of acting and feeling. No individual could become the person and no culture could exist without it. This process of moulding and shaping the personality of the … Read more

Skipper’s laws

There are two laws in Skipper’s laws. The first law states that the doubling time of a tumor is constant. By using a semi-log graph, it plots the growth of cells in a tumor over time to form a straight line. Researchers studied tumor growth in animals, specifically mice. The research showed that the mice … Read more

Fashion for different Body types

Fashion Your clothing, makeup, accessories, lifestyle, footwear, body and hairstyle this is Fashion and style. Everyone has there own style of carrying themselves. The word Fashion comes from Latin word ‘Facere’ meaning ‘to make’. Fashion keeps changing with day to day trends. In different parts of the worlds there are different traditional and non-traditional outfits, … Read more

Effects of Molarity Change of Potato Cell: Lab Experiment

LAB REPORT THEORY: The random movement of water molecules from a high water potential gradient (high concentration) to low potential gradient (low concentration) through partially permeable membrane is called osmosis. In osmosis, the solute cannot pass through the partially permeable membrane but the solvent can because it only allows certain material to pass through.(Pickering Ron) … Read more

Chemistry and the Salt Water Impact on Onion Cells

The Effects of Salt Water on Onion Cells All organisms are composed of cells (prokaryotic or eukaryotic). Plant cells and animal cells are two different types of eukaryotic cells. Both similarly consist of cell membranes and vacuoles, but only plant cells involve a cell wall for supporting structure. Vacuoles are larger in plant cells, and … Read more

Gas Chromatography (GC or GLC)

Gas Chromatography (GC or GLC) is a commonly used analytic technique in many research and industrial laboratories for quality control as well as identification and quantitation of compounds in a mixture. GC is also a frequently used technique in many environmental and forensic laboratories because it allows for the detection of very small quantities. A … Read more

Examination of the Use of Column Chromatography for Spinach Purification

Absorbance Spectra of Spinach Fractions Purified by Column Chromatography Introduction Column chromatography is a particular branch of chemical purification, by which the components of a substance are separated from each other based on each component’s chemical interactions with certain filters – absorbents and solvents. The analyzed species, often a solid ground into a particulate solute, … Read more

Phases of glycolysis

Glycolysis – a 10 step biochemical pathway where a glucose molecule (6 C) is split into 2 molecules of pyruvate (3 C). To begin the process 2 ATP must be invested. The energy released from the reactions is captured in the form of 4 molecules of ATP molecules and high energy electrons are trapped in … Read more

How to Manage Dry-Heat Cooking

Dry-heat cooking refers to any cooking technique where the heat is transferred to the food item without using any moisture. Dry-heat cooking typically involves high temperatures, meaning 300°F or hotter. Some dry-heat cooking methods are sauteing, pan frying, roasting and baking. Note that the browning of food, as when bread is toasted, can only be … Read more

The Invention of the Light Bulb

The light bulb greatly changed the world in many ways that continue to affect how individuals experience their lives today. Long ago using natural sources, for example, candles, lamps, and firewood were common ways of illuminating dark places. Billions of people have got accustomed to the convenience of the lightbulb that they couldn’t imagine a … Read more

Noise pollution

The noise pollution defined us the unwanted sound which released and impact to the environment it disturb the human, birds and other animal that living in the environment. All of you know what sound is. That time sound come to high, loud and cause for harm the environment also make the pollution by loud noise … Read more

Did God create the Universe?

The claim that our universe began, and did not always exist, brings enormous challenges to scientists who do not believe that the universe was created by God.Are scientists part of the Big Bang theory? Yes. In the late 1920s, astronomer Edwin Hubble saw through his telescope that galaxies (a few million light-years away) were rushing … Read more

What Are Proto-Oncogenes?

Proto-oncogenes Proto-oncogenes are genes that help cells grow frequently. When a proto-oncogene mutates or there are too many copies of it, it becomes a “bad” gene that can become permanently turned on or activated when it is not supposed to be. This creates the cell to grow out of control, which can lead to cancer. … Read more

The Human Reprodcutive System

Female reproductive system There are several organs and tissues that make up the female reproductive system, these include that ovaries, fallopian tubes, uterus, vagina, vulva, mammary glands and breasts. They are also involved in producing and transporting gametes and in the production of sex hormones. The female reproductive system is also responsible for fertilizing the … Read more

Apoptosis: A Review of Programmed Cell Death

Apoptosis is a form of cell death in which a programmed sequence of events leads to the elimination of cells without releasing harmful substances into the surrounding area. Apoptosis is ATP-dependent and is characterized by cell and organelle shrinkage, and membranes bleeding. Apoptosis plays a crucial role in developing and maintaining the health of the … Read more

7 Superfoods That Keep Your Body and Mind Strong

Superfoods are rich in nutrients and promote good health and well-being. Not only does it improve the immune system (at the same time, humans have less work for humans), but also contact with the body, inflammation (CINA) reduces and eliminates harmful bacteria. Bonus: those who eat fast foods regularly are healthier and less. What better … Read more

What is CRISPR and how does it operate

The history on this topic actually starts thousands of years ago with selective breeding in animals. Through breeding selectively, we strengthened useful traits in plants and animals. We became good at this, but never fully were able to understand how it really worked. Then we found the code of life, Deoxyribonucleic Acid (DNA). It’s a … Read more

The incredible history of the periodic table

The periodic table has an incredibly vast history of development, requiring the hard work of many scientific geniuses in the world. It’s creation is also linked with the discover of the chemical elements. The first person to discover a new element was Hennig Brand, a bankrupt german merchant. Hennig Brand tried to replicate the mythical … Read more

The Two-Step Organic Synthesis of 4-Bromoaceanilide and how Green Chemistry Principles Apply

The Use of Green Chemistry Principles in Analyzing the Synthesis of 4-Bromoacetanilide Abstract This experiment was completed with the purpose to utilize the principles of green chemistry in the analysis of the two-step organic synthesis of 4-bromoaceanilide. This experiment was relevant because of the importance of green chemistry principles in regards to environmental and human … Read more

A study on 5 key experiments on chemical reactions

Background Info: Chemical reactions are an everyday occurrence, but not everyone may realize that. There are six chemical reactions happening all around us, but this experiment will only focus on five. The different types of reactions are: Single displacement/replacement, double displacement/replacement, synthesis, combustion, and decomposition. Some reactions happen to form new compounds, while others may … Read more

Elastic and Inelastic Collision

We all know that Momentum means inertia in motion. It is the product of the mass and the velocity of an object (Momentum = mass x velocity). Therefore, in shorthand notation, Momentum= mv. A moving object can have a large momentum when either it mass or velocity is large or both are large. As shown … Read more

Steps of Heat treatment

Heat treatment could be any one of a variety of controlled heating operations used to change the physical properties of a metal; there are five different types of heating processes. These would be case hardening, normalizing, hardening and tempering. Even though they all differentiate in results, they all share three simple steps: heating, soaking and … Read more

Thermal Conduction, Convection and Radiation

Thermal Conduction Thermal conduction is the transfer of energy arising from temperature differences between adjacent parts of a body. Thermal conductivity is recognised as the exchange of energy between molecules and electrons in the conducting medium. The rate of heat flow in a rod of any material is proportional to the cross-sectional area of the … Read more

Cosmos: Standing up in the Milky Way

In this episode of Cosmos, we learn about different aspects of science. The show Cosmos is hosted by famous astrophysicist, Neil deGrasse Tyson. In the beginning, he elaborates about the planets in the Solar System. The planets are: Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, and Neptune. The idea of perspective in this episode, continually … Read more

The famous movie star: Harry Houdini

Harry Houdini was a famous movie star. He stared as Mary Pickford and Charlie Chaplin. For most of 20 years, Houdini was in the newspaper a lot with amazing escapes from being shackled to confined in a box to put in water. He also surprised people by walking through walls and making an elephant disappear. … Read more

Mitosis and meiosis reproduction in eukaryotic cells

Mitosis and meiosis are two different forms of reproduction in eukaryotic cells. These two processes are similar in some aspects while different in others. Both result in the creation of new cells, but through different methods. Mitosis is a type of asexual reproduction, while meiosis is a type of sexual reproduction. These two processes are … Read more


D. Micah Hester’s book End-of-Life Care and Pragmatic Decision Making: A Bioethical Perspective is a reviving examination of good issues encompassing look after the withering utilizing what he calls a profoundly experimental logic vigorously obliged to William James. For Hester, radical observation acknowledges as genuine any experience, and in this way necessitates all experience be … Read more

Biology: What is homeostasis?

The word homeostasis come from the ancient Greek, and it’s the union of the two words homeo and stasis. Homois means “similar”, and stasis means “staying still”, which gives the idea of “staying the same”. The human body consists of millions of cells working together to maintain the whole organism, and whereas the cells have … Read more

Kangaroo Reproduction

KANGAROO REPRODUCTION Marsupials’ reproductive systems differ markedly from those of placental mammals. During embryonic development, a choriovitelline placenta forms in all marsupials. In bandicoots, an additional chorioallantoic placenta forms, although it lacks the chorionic villi found in eutherian placentas. Female marsupials have two lateral vaginas, which lead to separate uteri, but both open externally through … Read more

Weighing the Pros & Cons of Massage Therapy after Chiropractic Treatment in Wasilla

Massage therapy has been around for centuries and has been used for medicinal and/or healing purposes around the world. Has your doctor prescribed chiropractic massage therapy in Wasilla? Are you wondering if chiropractic care with massage therapy could help heal your injuries? Perhaps you have heard or read stories about chiropractic massage therapy and wondered … Read more

Trenbolone acetate effects

Trenbolone, an esterified form of testosterone, caused Frank’s testicles to shrink because the steroid trenbolone produces three times the effects of testosterone, making the body appear larger and performing certain roles of the testosterone, yet lacking the actual testosterone needed for the body to properly function. Since the testosterone was replaced by the trenbolone, sperm … Read more

Total Drag Acting on a Finite Wing in Subsonic Flow

This Topic Basically means the summation on all drag forces which are possibly occurring on a finite wing when directed motion of a fluid medium in which the speed or velocity is less than that of sound in the medium throughout the entire region under consideration which acts on an aerodynamic wing with tips that … Read more

The Way Which Finding Out the Density of a Solid

To measure the density of the wood you have to find out the mass and the volume of the wood. This is because density equals mas divided by volume. You first start by working out the volume of the wood this is done by multiplying the length of the wood the width of the wood … Read more

Einstein’s Dreams

Annotations/Journal – Setting and Background Information: The novel is set in Berne, Switzerland in the spring of 1905. Einstein is twenty-six years old, working on his theory of relativity in his extra time. The novels portrays Einstein’s dreams on physics, time and relativity. The year 1905 has been referred to as Einstein’s “miracle year”, for … Read more

“The Red Planet” Mars

Mars, or “The Red Planet”, as it is sometimes referred to due to the red brown color of its surface is the fourth planet from the Sun and is the planet that most relates to Earth out of all those in our solar system. It is 227,940,000 km away from the Sun and the last … Read more