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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
Transcript: Freezing Liquids Procedure Experiment Hypothesis: They will all freeze. Before What houshold liquids will freeze? -ice tray -6 degree freezer -glass cleaner,dish soap, simple green, bleach, fabric softener, water Materials And Equipment 1. Fill every other cube of the ice tray with a different liquid. 2. Place in the freezer 3. Record temperature and status of liquids every two hours. a.) Control group: water b.)variables: independant: type of liquid dependant: will it freeze? All of the liquids froze at 0 degrees in two hours. (pic of frozen cubes) Theory: I believe they all froze because they still have some water in them. Results
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
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Transcript: A challenge for medicine Scientific Presentation The brain : the challenge of the century Leonard Shelby John G Polaroid Notes How does the brain work? Why so difficult to treat? A superorgan The brain : a superorgan 20 Watts 1000000 Watts 2% of body mass 15% 20% 10 The brain : a superorgan goes to the brain of energy times more energy The brain uses What is it that is so costly ? Neurons : the information processing units 90% of energy Membrane potential 3 phenomena required for communication : Resting potential Action potential Neurotransmitters information processing The brain : a challenge for medicine The brain : a challenge for medicine FDA Approval ? 2 in terms of candidates Top Low success rate FDA approval Phase 1 to From 6% Why are brain diseases so difficult to cure ? Blood Brain Barrier An extremely well protected organ Proper hemostasis Regulation of molecule exchanges Special relationship between brain tissue and systemic circulation Protective shield preserve a stable environment provide essential nutrients Brain Blood brain barrier
Transcript: We found out where too go. By using Las Ui By NASA We used solar panels to collect the energy Useing this type of graph we looked up the sunlight per month for every town. the vertical lines are the watts per minute The horizontal is the month The line is were the town rests on watts per minute for the month in conclusion, We thought we could go Around the country on solar energy Our experiment agrees with our guess it took us a lot of planning, but we made it without fail This is my presentation. Or Vote pick one good= bad= findings part 2 Reasoning Background findings Jan. Las Cruces New Mexico Feb.-Columbia Missouri Mar.-Indianola Iowa Solar power bus Conclusion Explanation We wanted to stop polluting the air so we converted to solar energy
Transcript: E-4 CONTAINSEA PRESENTATION WHEn HOW WHY Eneko Apodaka 1 Beñat Campa 7 Jon Conde 9 Ander Gutierrez 15 Peio Sanchez 27 What's going on in your mind? introduction The cans are made up of iron laminate that are so contaminate. OUR TOPIC OUR TOPIC the connection between science and society the connection between science and society WHAT Help to the animal, recycling the cans and some other contaminating objects in the world. OBJETIVE IQ HYPOTHESIS The hypothesis consist in the recycling of cans. The cans are made up of iron laminate that are so contaminate.This metal could be reused to make one fish made up of can alive and one die; as result, the quantity of the cans in the sea will decrease. IDEAS MATERIALS AND METHODS materials materials silicon silicon cans cans cutters/scissors cutters/scissors CARDBOARd CARDBOARd glue glue methods methods The first thing that we have done was cut the cans with the cutter and the scissors. first step first step The second thing that we done was paste the cans with fish form. second step second step The third thing that we done was done the retouch of the fish like: the mouth,,the fins... final step final step The result is good because the real project that the group have done is a little bit difficult but i think that is good because is similar to a fish and with things like this the people that throw the cans to the sea they are going to know that the fish if they do. RESULTS CONCLUSIONS CONCLUSIONS It has been considered that it is difficult to do the project in real life however done the project is a little bit complicate and in the real life economically and physically is possible to do it. Implementation and viability Implementation and viability In the future the project is going to be a very good project however the people is going to realize about it and they not going to do it. In the future when have probabilities the team was going to get better. Future researches Future researches
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