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  • Chemistry

    Everything is made of matter. Every object, substance, chemical and material is matter. This includes not only things you can see easily, but also specks of dust too small to...

  • Energy

    Energy is the ability to make things happen, cause changes and carry out work. Any change anywhere in the Universe, from a tiny meteorite hitting a planet to an exploding star...

  • Electricity and magnetism

    Electricity is a kind of energy stored inside atoms, the minute building blocks of which all things are made. Atoms themselves are made up of particles, including electrons, which...

  • Forces

    Anything that pushes or pulls an object is called a force. A breath of wind, a car engine, a magnet and an elastic band are all examples of things that can produce a force. A...

  • Materials

    A material is anything made of matter, which includes everything we can see, from the air to our own skin. But often when we use the word “materials” we mean materials...

  • Mathematics

    Mathematics, often abbreviated to maths (or math in North America) is the study of numbers, shapes and patterns. It uses logic to understand the relationships between things, to...

  • Medicine

    Practised by doctors and nurses, medicine is the diagnosis (identification), prevention and treatment of disease. The word "medicine" also refers to drugs and other preparations...

  • Great scientists

    Charles Darwin (1809–1882) was a British scientist whose work on evolution—the way living things change over generations—revolutionized scientific thinking. At...

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