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WHAT IS SCIENCE?

This is the Original version of the Prezi for the What is Science workshop. If you wish to learn more or download our FREE student led workshop for 10-12 year olds please visit http://www.eucu.net/whatissciencepack. Please don't edit
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on 16 March 2015

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Transcript of WHAT IS SCIENCE?

Science
Chemistry
Physical
Analytical
Inorganic
Organic
Biochemistry
Testing the properties of materials
Chemistry Challenge
Can you describe the different properties of these materials?
Finding out what things are made of...
Flame Tests
Acid Tests
Forensic Science
Elements
Mendeleev
Compounds
What is carbon?
Living things
Fossil fuels
Plastics
Healthcare
Doctor
Vet
Nurse
Dentist
Pharmacist
Medical Observations
x-ray
blood test
peak flow
medicines
psychology
Food science
Biology
Anatomy and Physiology
Evolution
Classification
Five Kingdoms
Microbiology
Inside a cell
Sports Science
Palaeontology
Animals
Plants
Bacteria
Protista
Fungi
Training
Populations
Habitats
Behaviour
Ecology
Animal Welfare
Fitness
Performance
Optimising
Injuries
Biology Challenge

Pathogen
Microscope
Cultures
Marine Biology
Less than 5% of the ocean has been explored!
Physics
Astrophysics
Black holes
Stars and planets
Galileo
Nuclear physics
The sun!
Atomic
Molecular
Optical
AMO
States of Matter
Solids
Liquids
Gases
Plasma
Sparks
Lightning
Neon
Particle physics
Tiny things!
Weak Strong
Acoustics
Forces
Electromagnetism
Gravity
Push and pull
How things move
Motion
Speed
Velocity
Mechanics
Fractures -
what happens
when things
break?
Sound waves
Vibrations
Engineering
Computer Science
Earth sciences
Special effects
Computer game design
Aerospace
Electrical
Chemical
Mining
Mechanical
Geology
Volcanoes
Weather
Forensic scientist
Marie Curie
Maths
DNA analysis
Samples
Dactyloscopy - fingerprints!
Collecting evidence
Social Sciences
by Matt Cobley, Joshua Campbell, Rosie Wall and Andrew Abrahamson
Criminology
Law
Politics
Economics
Sociology
Psychology
Anthropology
Education
History
Geography
What does Neil Armstrong think?
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