Millie

Millie is a British writer and translator living and working in Greece. She writes about etymology on Jump! Mag and on Glossologics, and shares her children’s stories on Kidscapers.

Millie

Millie is a British writer and translator living and working in Greece. She writes about etymology on Jump! Mag and on Glossologics, and shares her children’s stories on Kidscapers.

I am Dandelion, Hear Me Roar – The Origin of Dandelion

Where does the word dandelion come from?

This little flower gets a raw deal, often regarded as a weed to be dug up, but it is actually

Millie

Millie is a British writer and translator living and working in Greece. She writes about etymology on Jump! Mag and on Glossologics, and shares her children’s stories on Kidscapers.

Millie

Millie is a British writer and translator living and working in Greece. She writes about etymology on Jump! Mag and on Glossologics, and shares her children’s stories on Kidscapers.

What is Biotechnology?

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Perhaps you have heard of the term biotechnology and wondered what it is. You may think you know already –

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Sam

Sam has worked as a forensic scientist as well as for the British government, and has degrees in both archaeology and osteoarchaeology. She has 2 children, is passionate about science, reading, history and music, and loves dyeing her hair bright colours!

Sam blogs about all kinds of science at www.SamanthaGouldson.com.
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Sam has worked as a forensic scientist as well as for the British government, and has degrees in both archaeology and osteoarchaeology. She has 2 children, is passionate about science, reading, history and music, and loves dyeing her hair bright colours!

Sam blogs about all kinds of science at www.SamanthaGouldson.com.
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Can You Catch a Cold from Cold Weather?

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For years people have told their children to wrap up warm or they will fall ill, but is it really

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Sam has worked as a forensic scientist as well as for the British government, and has degrees in both archaeology and osteoarchaeology. She has 2 children, is passionate about science, reading, history and music, and loves dyeing her hair bright colours!

Sam blogs about all kinds of science at www.SamanthaGouldson.com.
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Sam has worked as a forensic scientist as well as for the British government, and has degrees in both archaeology and osteoarchaeology. She has 2 children, is passionate about science, reading, history and music, and loves dyeing her hair bright colours!

Sam blogs about all kinds of science at www.SamanthaGouldson.com.
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Winter Wonderings – Why Can You See Your Breath When it is Cold?

Why can you see your breath when it is cold?

This is the first in a series of posts by Sam Gouldson called Winter Wonderings. Sam will take a closer

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Sam has worked as a forensic scientist as well as for the British government, and has degrees in both archaeology and osteoarchaeology. She has 2 children, is passionate about science, reading, history and music, and loves dyeing her hair bright colours!

Sam blogs about all kinds of science at www.SamanthaGouldson.com.
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Sam has worked as a forensic scientist as well as for the British government, and has degrees in both archaeology and osteoarchaeology. She has 2 children, is passionate about science, reading, history and music, and loves dyeing her hair bright colours!

Sam blogs about all kinds of science at www.SamanthaGouldson.com.
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Science News – Womb Transplants

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It has recently been announced that one of the first women to receive a womb transplant has given birth to