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Take a closer look at plants and what their requirements are for photosynthesis. What is the chemical reaction and what does it look like? Where does it all occur within the leaf anatomy and more!

Math Helps Explain Foamy Bubbles by BerkelyLab: Using supercomputers at NERSC to solve a set of equations describing the multiscale dynamics of foams, the researchers created this video which illustrates the evolution of a foam cluster using thin-film interference. The movie shows a collapsing soap bubble cluster where macroscopic gas dynamics are coupled to microscopic fluid flow inside the thin-film membranes, leading to membrane rearrangement, drainage, and rupture. Amazing! #Science…

It took one of the world's most powerful supercomputers five days to model a simple childhood past time: popping bubbles.

I kinda want to make some of these for the science area. But have different things layered for different areas of terrain.

I kinda want to make some of these for the science area. But have different things layered for different areas of terrain.

Animation from our text book that shows the steps of photosynthesis

This is by far the best photosynthesis animation I've seen. A multi-purpose teaching tool. Sharing with my grade biology students!

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The Elements: A Visual Exploration. Simply incredible iPad app bringing every element to life. Like an interactive encyclopedia but more fun.

Biology Just-in-Time: Photosynthesis experiment with live plants.

We hosted the third Just-in-Time (JiT) session for the high school biology teachers in our district today. The topics included photosynthesi.

Virtual labs on photosynthesis:  Lab 1: Measures the growth of plants (measure height) Lab 2: Measures the rate of photosynthesis (count bubbles)

Virtual labs on photosynthesis: Lab Measures the growth of plants (measure height) Lab Measures the rate of photosynthesis (count bubbles)

One of the best photosynthesis animations on the web.  This animation shows aspects of light energy, leaf structure, chloroplast structure, and stages of photosynthesis. McGraw-Hill, Pinned by Science with Mrs. Lau

For high school or AP Bio. animation shows aspects of light energy, leaf structure, chloroplast structure, and stages of photosynthesis

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