Monthly Archives: January 2014
DNA OrigamiImage from Wikimedia Commons As soon as the word “origami” is uttered, one’s mind immediately jumps to paper cranes and various like-structures that stem from the old Japanese tradition. This art of paper folding (origami directly translates to “paper … Keep Reading
Dr. Erin Morris, the Baker University Biology professor overseeing the concurrent credit partnership for AP Biology, has extended you an invitation. Each year, Baker University hosts students who want to learn more about the sciences at Baker. This year, the … Keep Reading
Image from Wikimedia Commons The holidays are always enjoyable—time to spend with friends and family, catch up on your favorite shows, and most importantly, eat to your heart’s content. The New Year rolls in, and so do ambitious resolutions. I … Keep Reading
Rather recently the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) made progression in answering the age-old question of whether or not there is life in the depths of space. They did so by realizing that what scientists previously thought established the … Keep Reading
If you want to play with the simulation that Mr. Andersen used to make this video, check out the PhET website here.