Most scientists believe that the Universe began in a Big Bang around 14 billion years ago. The entire Universe was inside a bubble thousands of times smaller than a pinhead, and wa[...]
Every year the internet search engine Google holds a competition to find the best research and/or invention by a kid inventor. The winners of the Google Science Fair hav[...]
What can we tell from the study of BONES? According to Tina, we can tell an awful lot about a person by studying their bones - even centuries after they died. This process is [...]
Do you like blowing bubbles? Well, how would you feel if you could blow foggy bubbles that bounce? Pretty awesome, huh? Check out this fun dry ice bubble experi[...]
As you know, there is a vast number of different kinds of plants growing all over the world, from snowy slopes to Amazon rain forests to dusty deserts: plant li[...]
We have previously looked at Biology and Chemistry. Today we will complete the sciences by discussing Physics.
It is easy to look at Physics and imagine that it is super com[...]
When you think of a volcano, what do you see? A triangular mountain with its top off, spitting smoke, rocks and red lava flowing down the sides? That’s the mo[...]
Sitting back, ready for another interesting and rather aggressive night on COD (Call of duty), I launch my dashboard to see the usual suspects all gathered playing the lat[...]
Where else can you find great Science Resources for Kids? You can browse our archives here on Jump! Mag or you can check out the following sites.
We will upd[...]
Last month the The RRS Discovery, the most advanced research ship was launched in Southampton.
At £75 million it is one of the most expensive research ships ever commissio[...]
Register | Lost your password?
A password will be e-mailed to you.
Log in | Lost your password?
Username or E-mail:
Log in| Register