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Blood-splatter by numbers Activity

by David, 16 February 2018 | 1 comments

A blood spot with measurements for width and length

Blood left at a crime scene can tell you a lot about the events. To rewind the clock and look back in time, you just need a ruler and some trigonometry. You will need Red food dye Chocolate topping (or corn syrup) Water Measuring cup Mixing bowl Spoon Drinking straw Old clothes A large sheet…

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Scientists get blood from a stone

by David, 10 July 2015 | 0 comments

Fossilisation is not a gentle process. Flesh, skin, organs and feathers are often destroyed, leaving just the bones. Now, a team of scientists think they may have found something protected deep within those bones – dinosaur blood! To begin, the team took small fragments from the insides of several different fossils. Looking closely with an…

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Smelly yellow

by Jasmine, 8 January 2014 | 0 comments

Ashamed dog with puddle of pee

Written by Celia Berrell Regardless if it’s yours or mine, why is urine yellow? It’s mostly made of water yet becomes a stinky fellow! When blood’s red heme is broken down, it goes from brown to gold. You’ll see this if you get a bruise and watch it growing old.

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A hearty activity Activity

by Mike, 14 February 2013 | 0 comments

It’s Valentine’s Day! What better way to celebrate than with a heart dissection?

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