Reference Chromosomes are thread-like structures made up of deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA) and carry hereditary information for everything from height to eye color.
Reference STEM education is a teaching approach that combines science, technology, engineering, the arts and math.
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Inside the latest issue of All About Space is our complete guide to exoplanets where we peer into the most extreme alien worlds and hunt for Earth 2.0.
Reference Atoms are the building blocks of matter and were created after the Big Bang. They are the smallest unit of an element that still retains its properties.
We take a look at the ways Einstein changed the world and shaped how we see and interact with the universe, from lasers to understanding space and time.
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Watermelons are good for you, provide many health benefits and are packed with nutrients. They are also deliciously refreshing, low in calories and fat-free.
Earth is spherical, but what would happen if the Earth were flat? We explore some of the bizarre implications of a flat world which would make life as we know it virtually impossible.
What's the weather like on other worlds? Expect methane rain, global haboobs and a 10,000-mile-wide hurricane.