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 [...]
In the first of our new weekly feature on Video Game News, Andy from FamilyGamerTV reports from the New York Toy Fair where he checked out the newest video games. He got [...]
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.
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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[...]
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