Sanna Jortikka

Sanna Jortikka

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Its a fact: Nobody lives forever. Aging is unavoidable. But what actually happens when you age? Why does your hair go grey? Why does your skin

The science of getting old. Why do we age. It’s a fact: Nobody lives forever. Aging is unavoidable. But what actually happens when you age? Why does your hair go grey? Why does your skin

Osmosis process

Buzzle helps you to distinguish between the processes of osmosis and diffusion, with respect to their characteristic features and modes of operation.

Great way to use scientific processing skills with this Gummy Bear Experiment. Easy and not too messy of a project to do with the students.

Great way to use scientific processing skills with this Gummy Bear Experiment. Easy and not too messy of a project to do with the students.

FREE osmosis/diffusion lab

Cell membranes and the transport of materials across membranes is fundamental to a study of biology. This free lab ensures your students understand concentration gradients.

Gummie Bear Science: Students practice the Scientific Method in this fun gummie bear osmosis experiment!  Full instructions, materials list, teacher tips, and student lab workbook included!

Gummie Bear Science: Students practice the Scientific Method in this fun gummie bear osmosis experiment! Full instructions, materials list, teacher tips, and student lab workbook included!

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Inspired by the gummy bear osmosis experiment, we did an experiment to see what would happen if we soaked a jelly worm in plain water, in water with salt and then in water with sugar.