A variety of fabrics were collected in respect to material cotton, polyester and fiber type smooth surfaces, fleece surfaces, knits and woven fabrics. Experiment group strips of fabric were treated with fabric softener. Whereas the control group of the fabrics were washed without fabric softener.
You have most probably been to stationery shops, toy shops and the internet and found hundreds of products, but many of them are just toy sets. In today's global economy, a workforce trained in science, technology, engineering and maths STEM is recognised as a primary driver of growth, and many countries need these vital skills and this is a growing global problem.
This demand for sustainable growth flows down the educational food chain and eventually rests on the heads of learners, students, teachers and parents. Here are a few clues to look for to see whether your school values science and chemistry: Do you see science learning centers?
Do you see displays related to science? Do you see science-related drawings on the bulletin boards? Do you see plants, terrariums, aquariums or collections of rocks or insects, for example in the classrooms?
Do you see any science equipment and apparatus in classrooms, like magnifiers, magnets, pictures, videos and is the equipment up-to-date with the current curriculum? The answer really simple; teachers need full time access to proven solutions, teaching techniques and strategies and laboratory equipment, and this is applicable to all forms of education: Schools, Teachers and Parents today need to be able to get quality and lasting results from the equipment and resources that they invest in, and at the end of the day the equipment and material that they buy must make life easier to teach and learn science and chemistry for all!
This is a common perception but that was the first issue we addressed when we started. We have drawn on our teams experience since the late 's at the North West University Potchefstroom Campus, and ingeniously designed an affordable and complete mobile laboratory solution that fits in plastic tool boxs and addresses ALL the needs of Learners, Students and Teachers at once!
The primary focus is on DOING Science, Chemistry and Geography in any classroom or even under a tree, thereby making the learning of Science, Chemistry and Geography fun, easy and exciting all the time!
What sets Mylab far above all of our competitors is that Mylab has a dedicated workshop program that trains and develops Teachers so that they are skilled and confident to DO Science in the classroom. We here at Mylab strive to offer the best and most complete Natural Science and Chemistry kits, solutions, strategies and laboratory equipment to our clients, and have been leading the South African market since !
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Contact them for any CSI projects and more information. The film shows that when it comes to daily life, chemistry has reached a long way. We are surrounded by facilities that consist of materials which derive from chemical processes. The video " Science: Where Can It Take You?
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Description: A variety of fabrics were collected in respect to material (cotton, polyester) and fiber type (smooth surfaces, fleece surfaces, knits and woven fabrics). Experiment group strips of fabric were treated with fabric softener.
Whereas the control group of the fabrics were washed without fabric softener. Science Fair Projects for all levels. We have hundreds of ideas for every science topic, from Astronomy to Zoology!
(Click Here for Director's Choice Ideas) Here are just a few ideas that I have collected over time and from the Internet. Possibly some of these will get you going in the right direction on your project.