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Science Fair Projects: How to Think Out of the Box W

09th September 2011
Science Fair Projects: How to Think Out of the Box When Selecting One by Mort Barish Word Count: 814 Kids just get tired of doing the same old science fair projects. There is one about volcanoes and another about eggs and another using baking... Read >
Author: Mort Barish

Root causes of discrimination

07th March 2011
Discrimination is defined as showing differences in preference to or not in favor of people, classes or groups, or on the basis of one’s ethnicity, religion or race. It is the treatment of a particular person based on bias, instead of on their personal me... Read >
Author: discrimination59

Rancilio Silvia - Top Tips for Home Espresso Enjoyment

30th November 2010
I feel almost any home espresso machine buyer will probably acknowledge that regardless of which machine you're using, there is certainly undoubtedly a "get to understand one another" state where experimenting is definitely part of the routine. Each and e... Read >
Author: natejohnson78

Struggling From Acid Reflux Disorder?

06th October 2010
Heartburn or acid reflux is usually a situation that impacts a great deal of people. A lot of people all more than the world suffer from acid reflux disease signs and symptoms. Not everyone will understand what's happening when they're developing a reflux... Read >
Author: Maffonse RCoborts

The Most Difficult Stage Of The Research Is To Develop The Research Plan

11th August 2010
Research plan seems to be easier than doing the research itself, when actually planning research is the most difficult and fundamental. Many researchers take a long time to finish her studies because it was busy in choosing the research topic. Most of the... Read >
Author: Yufi PS

Why Type 1 Diabetes Is Becoming More Common?

05th August 2010
Research has shown that type 1 diabetes is growing at about three per cent per year. The question on the researcher's minds is why. There was a time when the primary patients diagnosed with type 1 diabetes was 3 to 5 years of age. Not it is being diagnose... Read >
Author: briangarvin

Strategies For Overcoming Opposition To Organizational Change

25th June 2010
It is human nature to reject what we picture as different. Change demands that we work to learn a new set of principles, when the old rules may have suited us just fine. In reality, neither our individual nor professional lives will forever be aligned wit... Read >
Author: Alfred Dennis

Best Approach to Summarize an Article

28th April 2010
Like an abstract in a published research article, the purpose of an article summary is to give the reader a brief, structured overview of the study. To write a good summary, identify what information is important and condense that information for your rea... Read >
Author: Ahmad Alim Aziz

Interpreting Interactions in Regression

29th September 2008
Adding interaction terms to a regression model can greatly expand understanding of the relationships among the variables in the model and allows more hypotheses to be tested. A previous article, Interpreting Regression Coefficients, discussed how to inter... Read >
Author: Karen Grace-Martin

The First Scientist: Ibn al-Haytham

23rd July 2007
Science is the study of the physical world, but it is not just a topic, a subject, a field of interest. It is a discipline-a system of inquiry that adheres to a specific methodology-the scientific method. The heart of the scientific method is the use of v... Read >
Author: Bradley Steffens
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