You're about to create your best presentation ever

Scientific Presentation Template

Create your presentation by reusing one of our great community templates.

Scientific presentation

Transcript: Presented by PERSON for COMPANY Scientific Investigation 1: Observing Observing the scene Senses are explored individually and then scenarios where multiple senses are used follow. SUBTOPIC 1 Senses are explored individually and then scenarios where multiple senses are used follow. seeing, touching, hearing, smelling, and tasting things. ... Record - to draw or write about what you see, touch, smell, hear, and taste. seeing, touching, hearing, smelling, and tasting things. Record - to draw or write about what you see, touch, smell, hear, and taste. TEXT TEXT PICTURES PICTURES SUBTOPIC 2 TIMELINE TIMELINE 2017 MAP MAP CHART Label 1 Label 2 Label 3 Label 4 CHART Create a hypothesis 2: Create a hypothesis The question comes first. Before you make a hypothesis, you have to clearly identify the question you are interested in studying. A hypothesis is a statement, not a question. Your hypothesis is not the scientific question in your project. The hypothesis is an educated, testable prediction about what will happen. Make it clear. A good hypothesis is written in clear and simple language. Reading your hypothesis should tell a teacher or judge exactly what you thought was going to happen when you started your project. Form your questions 3: Questions Some examples are: -What causes the roots of a plant to grow downward and the stem to grow upward? -What brand of mouthwash kills the most germs? -Which car body shape reduces air resistance most effectively? -What causes coral bleaching? -Does green tea reduce the effects of oxidation? -What type of building material absorbs the most sound? Conclusion: By Kylie Belt There are more steps but usually you don't go through any more of them just once, its an on going process. Video Summary

Scientific presentation

Transcript: BIOGALACTICS SCIENTIFIC PROJECT INTRODUCTION OBJECTIVES HYPOTHESIS EXPERIMENTATION RESULTS CONCLUSIONS BIBLIOGRAPHY INDEX INTRODUCTION 1 INTRODUCTION ACTUAL SITUATION INTRODUCTION: ACTUAL SITUATION Physical diseases: #Tendinitis #Cataracts #Cardiac diseases #Circulatory diseases ... "Space radiation can also cause radiation sicknesses that results in nausea, vomiting, anorexia and fatigue. You could develop degenerative tissue diseases such as cataracts, cardac and circulatory diseases." Nasa FEEDING PROBLEMS #1 #2 #3 INTRODUCTION: FEEDING PROBLEMS #1.- NEW CRAFT---------------$$$ #4 #2.- BAD PACKAGING: LOSING VITAMINS #3.- PILLS TO SUPPLY VITAMINS #4.- LACK OF CHEWING OBJECTIVE 2 AIM OBJECTIVES IMPROVE PSYCHOLOGICAL HEALTH AND STABILITY SAVE MONEY RECEIVE A COMPLETE DIET FUTURE RESEARCHES 6 FUTURE RESEARCHES Undevelopped Ideas FUTURE RESEARCHES Condensation HYPOTHESIS 3 HYPOTHESIS WHAT? UNICELLULAR MICHROALGAE FAST REPRODUCTION (SPIRULINA) VITAMIN PLANTS IN VITRO CHEW WHY? HYPOTHESIS: ADDITIONAL ADVANTAGES Miguel Valbuena "Sedling Growth" NASA and ESA HOW? HOW? LIQUID WITH MICHROALGAE LIQUID WITHOUT MICHROALGAE FILTER PISTON MICHROALGAE PISTON HOW? HOW? PLANTS: ALGAE: HOW? EXPERIMENTATION MATERIALS and METHOD 4 EXPERIMENT 1 EXPERIMENTATION: CLINOSTAT: Simulates gravity 0 EXPERIMENT 2 EXPERIMENTATION EXPERIMENT 2 EXPERIMENTATION ON CLINOSTAT DAY 1 DAY 7 WITH GRAVITY DAY 7 DAY 3 CONCLUSIONS 5 CONCLUSIONS EXPERIMENT 1 RESULTS AND CONCLUSIONS Microalgak mikroskopioagaz ikusita EXPERIMENT 1 RESULTS Day 1 Day 10 EXPERIMENT 1 RESULTS Day 1 Day 10 EXPERIMENT 2 RESULTS DAY 10 0.027 A 0.679 A DAY 1 EXPERIMENT 2 Conclusions BIBLIOGRAPHY 7 BIBLIOGRAPHY TITLE https://www.nasa.gov/hrp/elements/radiation/about https://www.ecoagricultor.com/espirulina/ http://www.ucs.louisiana.edu/~khh6430/clinostats.html https://www.verywellmind.com/color-psychology-green-2795817 https://www.hindustantimes.com/tech/growing-plants-in-space-is-tougher-than-you-think-it-is/story-5ZszLoDrPixlVf3jMPzixO.html Bibliography

Now you can make any subject more engaging and memorable