Fun & Easy Science for Kids

Swordfish Facts

The Swordfish is highly elusive, migratory and one of the most fierce predatory fishes in the ocean. It is also one of the largest fishes. They are also known as the broadbill. They can be easily recognized by their long flat bill...

Swordfish Facts

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The Apollo Program

The Apollo program was a set of missions by NASA to land humans on the Moon and also bring them back on the Earth safely. These missions are one of the most expansive...

The Apollo Program

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Lead Poisoning

Lead is a naturally occurring toxic metal that is found in the Earth’s crust. Lead Poisoning is a medical condition caused by the increased levels of lead in the

Lead Poisoning

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Gulf Oil Spill

The Gulf Oil Spill was an industrial disaster that started on April 20th 2010 in the Gulf of Mexico. It is also referred to as the BP Oil Spill or BP Oil Disaster. It is considered to be the largest marine oil spill in history. The explosion and sinking of the Deepwater Horizon oil rig in the...

Gulf Oil Spill

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Metabolism

Metabolism can be defined as a set of biochemical processes that occur within every living organism to maintain life, including humans. These processes help us to grow, repair damage to our body, reproduce and respond to their environment. All these processes use

Metabolism

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Grand Teton National Park

Grand Teton National Park is one of the 10 most visited national parks in the USA. It receives 2.5 million visitors each year. The iconic feature of this park is 40 mile long Teton Range. It is the youngest range...

Grand Teton National Park

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Cloning

Cloning is a set of processes that can be used to produce genetically identical copies of any biological entity including genes, cells, tissues and even entire organisms. The copy is known as the clone. The cloning process may make it possible to save endangered species from being extinct. The...

Cloning

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Robert Boyle Inventions

Robert Boyle was one of the most influential chemists of the 17th century. He is best known for his work resulting in Boyle’s Law. It is summarized as PV=K where the letter P is ‘pressure’ V is ‘volume’ and K is ‘constant’. This law states that the amount of space

Robert Boyle Inventions

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History of Trains

Trains are used to move passengers or cargo from one place to another. They are mostly powered by electricity or diesel. They were first used to pull only cargo but later they became a mode of transportation for people as well.  The...

History of Trains

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Kepler-16B

Kepler-16B is the first planet known to orbit two stars. These planets are known as circumbinary planets. The estimated surface temperature of this planet is as low as -100°C. This planet is 200 light years away from

Kepler-16B

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Telephone – Invented By Alexander Graham Bell

The telephone became an important part of modern life in the 20th century. It still has a prominent place in our lives today. It is a ubiquitous tool of communication and information exchange. It was invented by Alexander Graham Bell in 1876. The first ever telephone appeared in 1877...

Telephone – Invented By Alexander Graham Bell

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International Space Station

The International Space Station is the most expensive single object ever built by the human race to date. It orbits the earth every 90 minutes, amazingly that 16 times daily. It travels at a whopping speed of 5 miles per second. It is made up of hundreds of major and minor components. Currently...

International Space Station

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Television

The term Television was introduced in 1900 by Russian Scientists Constantin Perskyi. People at the World’s Fair in New York on April 30, 1939, were amazed to a black and white screen displaying moving images with sound. It became widely popular after the end of World War II. At that time, more...

Television

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Minions Facts

Despicable Me introduced these small, Twinkie-shaped, banana-loving henchmen called minions in 2013. Now they have become everyone’s favorite. There are a few facts about these cute little critters that you should know if you also adore them. Quick Facts: - A...

Minions Facts

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Apple History

Apple was founded in the 1970’s by Steve Jobs, Steve Wozniak, and Ronald Wayne when they built their first computer Apple I in 1976. The production initially started in the garage of Steve Jobs’ dad. Wayne sold his share in...

Apple History

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NASA Facts

NASA stands for National Aeronautics and Space Administration. It has been a pioneer and leader in the field of organizing space missions. It was established by President Dwight Eisenhower on October 1, 1958. The first ever project Project Mercury was announced on October 7, 1958. Freedom 7 was...

NASA Facts

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World Health Day

World Health Day is celebrated on April 7 every year. The World Health Organization was founded on April 7, 1948 and the day is celebrated to mark the anniversary. The main purpose of this day is to draw attention to the subject of global health. Every year, the events of this day have a...

World Health Day

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Presidential Medal of Freedom

Presidential Medal of Freedom is the most prominent U.S. civilian decoration. It is awarded to people who have made an especially meritorious contribution to the security or other national interests of the country, cultural, world peace or any other significant endeavour. Although it is a...

Presidential Medal of Freedom

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All About Robotics

The word robot has been derived from a Czech word ‘robota’ that means ‘drudgery’. A robot can be defined as a machine operated by computer programs that can perform small actions. They can be programmed to do various...

All About Robotics

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Tallest Mountain in the North America

Denali is the tallest mountain in North America with a height of 6190 metres. It is the third highest of the seven summits. In 1896, this mountain was named as Mount McKinley by William Dickey after President William McKinley. In August 2015, it was officially renamed as mountain Denali with...

Tallest Mountain in the North America

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Mozambique

Mozambique
Mozambique lies in Southeastern Africa, along the Indian Ocean. Its neighbors include South Africa, Swaziland, Zimbabwe, Zambia,...

Mozambique

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The Canary Islands

The Canary Islands
The beautiful Canary Islands found off the coast of West Africa are an independent colony of Spain. More than 12 million tourists visit the...

The Canary Islands

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The Desert

The Desert
When you think of a desert, what do you think of? Perhaps you think of the Mojave Desert in California or the Sonoran Desert in Arizona. Maybe you think of the Sahara Desert in Africa . All of these deserts are hot...

The Desert

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The Savanna

The Savanna
Tropical grasslands, also known as savannas, are found in hot parts of the world with dry and rainy seasons. Unlike many plants, grass can survive periods of...

The Savanna

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Boreal Forests

Boreal Forests
In the arctic, trees are scarce and most of the land is covered with dry tundra. But not every place in the north is barren. Just south of the polar regions grow boreal forests. Most deciduous trees can’t survive here because of the extreme cold, but evergreen conifer trees can. These trees...

Boreal Forests

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