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Learn about Galileo Galilei

Posted on 1st Mar 2011 | in Famous Scientists
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For all science teachers and homeschooling Moms and Dads out there, here is a great way to open a science conversation with your kids and get them interested in science and their science homework! Hey kid…Do you know who is said to have discovered the first telescope? His name is Galileo Galilei or simply Galileo. […]

 

Learn about Isaac Newton

Posted on 18th Jan 2011 | in Famous Scientists
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When you jump, you fall back to earth. The basic force that makes this possible is called gravity. However, gravity is not only present on the Earth. Gravity also exists on the Moon, the Sun, the planets and the stars. Isaac Newton was the scientist who thoroughly discussed gravity and the laws of motion.

 
 

Learn about Leonardo da Vinci

Posted on 17th Jan 2011 | in Famous Scientists
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Have you seen the Mona Lisa or The Last Supper? Leonardo da Vinci is considered one of the greatest painters of all time because of these magnificent works. What many people forget is that Leonardo da Vinci was also a great scientist. He was born on April 15, 1452 in Florence and died on May […]

 

Learn about Marie Curie

Posted on 16th Jan 2011 | in Famous Scientists
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Have you ever had an X-ray or CT (Computed Tomography) scan? These commonly used examinations in medicine would not have been possible if not for the revolutionary work of a woman scientist named Marie Curie. Marie Curie had many achievements and is truly a woman of science.

 
 

Learn about Benjamin Franklin

Posted on 15th Jan 2011 | in Famous Scientists
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Have you heard the story about a scientist who flew a kite during a thunderstorm in order to prove that lightning is actually electricity? This scientist was actually Benjamin Franklin, or simply Ben Franklin, one of the Founding Fathers of the United States. However, his work was not limited to electricity. You learn about some […]

 

Learn about Archimedes

Posted on 13th Jan 2011 | in Famous Scientists
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Do you remember the story about a man who shouted “Eureka!” after leaving his bath naked? He is no other than Archimedes, a very brilliant Greek mathematician and astronomer. He was able to design and envision machines that became useful later on. He is a highly respected scientist who serves as an inspiration to many.

 
 

Learn about Albert Einstein

Posted on 14th Dec 2010 | in Famous Scientists
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Have you seen pictures or videos of Albert Einstein? If you have, then you would know where the famous image of a genius scientist with messy hair and big glasses comes from. This popular image can also be called the Einstein look. Einstein is one of the most famous scientists of the modern world because […]