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Hello all! Scislug is so pleased to be able to show you all our Spring 2020 Issue! We’re so proud of everyone in our staff and our community for prevailing despite some incredible challenges we faced this year. Please enjoy Scientific Slug – Issue 1, Volume 8!
Hey Sci Slugs! The magazine will be out in 1 more day! For now, take a look at this amazing science fact. Air does not circulate around the earth in a straight pattern. Since the Earth rotates, air is deflected toward the right in the Northern Hemisphere and toward the left in the Southern Hemisphere. The deflection causes curved paths and is called […]
Hi Sci Slugs! The magazine comes out in 2 days! Here’s another tid-bit of science to start off your week. There is one metric ton of air pressing down on us at all times. One metric ton is about the weight of a car. The combined weight of air molecules causes a pressure pressing down on your body of 10,000 kg […]
Good evening Sci Slugs! We hope you have enjoyed the sun today as much as plants do. Here’s another taste of science. Plants actually bend towards high concentrations of sunlight. They do this by elongating the cells of the stem on the side that is farthest from the light. This type of light-oriented growth is called phototropism. Source: https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2013/05/130528105946.htm
Happy Friday Sci Sluggers. Here’s another fun fact for your curious brains. Scientists have recently found that yawning has nothing to do with boredom or tiredness specifically, but rather yawning tries to cool our brains down so we can think a little more clearly. A 2014 study by University of Vienna found that just like a computer or brains work best at […]
Hi there Sci Slugs! The countdown continues with another interesting fact to get your day going and to keep you pumped for the magazine release on May 4th. Catsharks emit a green bio-fluorescence that can only be seen through shark vision. At depth, it is important for members of the same species to be able to locate each other despite […]