Didattica | Meteo School Questo sito WEB è stato sviluppato all’interno del progetto METEOSCHOOL*, finanziato dal MIUR nell’ambito delle attività tese a favorire la diffusione della cultura scientifica. Il progetto, nato da un’esperienza didattica iniziata nel 2003 nella scuola elementare di San Piero in Frassino (Arezzo) e proseguita in altre scuole elementari della Toscana e del Trentino, vuole avvicinare i bambini e i ragazzi all’osservazione e comprensione dei fenomeni atmosferici coinvolgendoli in attività sperimentali e manuali, quali la costruzione, con materiali di uso comune, di “strumenti” meteorologici. All’interno di questo sito, possono essere consultati alcuni documenti didattici sulla meteorologia. Il documento principale è rappresentato dalla guida per insegnanti (scaricabile in formato PDF), realizzata insieme alla Giunti Editrice (Firenze), pensata per le scuole primarie e secondarie di I grado.
Understanding Evolution The bacteria that changed the world - May, 2017 The make-up of Earth's atmosphere, once the domain of Earth science textbooks, has become an increasingly "hot" news topic in recent decades, as we struggle to curb global warming by limiting the carbon dioxide that human activity produces. While the changes that humanity has wrought on the planet are dramatic, this isn’t the first time that one species has changed Earth’s atmosphere. Three billion years ago, there was no free oxygen in the atmosphere at all. Life was anaerobic, meaning that it did not need oxygen to live and grow. That all changed due to the evolution of Cyanobacteria, a group of single-celled, blue-green bacteria. Read the rest of the story here | See the Evo in the News archive
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Evolution Resources from the National Academies In the News: Your Inner Fish – A Scientific Adventure Have you ever wondered why people look the way they do? Why our hands and feet have five digits instead of six? Why we stand on two legs instead of four? It took 350 million years of evolution to produce the amazing machine we call the human body and in Your Inner Fish, a three-part series based on the best-selling book of the same name, author and evolutionary biologist Dr. Follow that adventure now on PBS Darwin's Insights Continue to Inspire the Academy's Work The ideas of Charles Darwin and the concept of evolution by natural selection continue to have a profound influence on modern biology – they permeate almost every area of scientific exploration. In 2009 the National Academy of Sciences joined many other organizations in the international scientific community to celebrate the 'Year of Science,' which commemorated Darwin’s 200th birthday and the 150th anniversary of the publication of his masterwork On the Origin of Species.
PROVARE PER CREDERE Esperimenti scientifici per la scuola media Questo progetto è stato realizzato dall'insegnante Lucia Carini, durante l'anno scolastico 2012-2013, con le classi 1°A- 2°A- 3°A dell'Istituto Comprensivo Statale di Verolanuova, con l'obiettivo di educare i ragazzi alla scienza, come patrimonio di conoscenze, non costruite attraverso un processo programmato ma attraverso tentativi, errori, evoluzione. Le conoscenze scientifiche non hanno nulla di definito e di assoluto ma solo valore di probabilità. Revisione dei testi in lingua inglese: Prof.ssa Stefania Bonera e Prof.ssa Giuseppina Pancera TRY TO BELIEVE - Experiments JUST TRY -"The proof of the pudding is in the eating" This project has been planned and carried out by Lucia Carini, a teacher at "Ist.Comp.St.di Verolanuova", together with her classes 1°A-2°A -3°A during the school year 2012-2013. Scientific knowledge is not definite and absolute, it has got probabilistic value. "Ercole De Gaspari" di Verolanuova (Bs).
Evolution of Evolution - 150 Years of Darwin's "On the Origin of Species" Text-only | Flash Special Report Evolution of Evolution - 150 Years of Darwin's "On the Origin of Species" Introduction Charles Darwin Essays Darwin as Ichthyologist: Lessons for Our Future — Daniel Pauly Rethinking the Birdtree of Life — Shannon Hackett & Sushma Reddy What If Darwin Hadn't Written "On the Origin of Species?" — Marsha Richmond The Mythology of Natural Selection — Jim Secord Audio Transcripts Interview with Daniel Pauly Interview with Shannon Hackett & Sushma Reddy Video Transcripts Interview with Marsha Richmond Interview with Jim Secord Introduction Evolution of Anthropology Essays Skeletal Morphology — Susan Antón Darwin as Anthropologist, Anthropologists as Darwinians — Ken Weiss Human Evolution's Winding Path — Tim White Audio Transcripts Interview with Susan Antón Video Transcripts Interview with Ken Weiss Interview with Tim White Introduction Evolution of Astromony Essays Is There a Chemical Origin of the Species? Audio Transcripts Interview with Anthony Remijan
Principles of Evolution, Ecology and Behavior Syllabus Professor Stephen C. Stearns, Edward P. Description This course presents the principles of evolution, ecology, and behavior for students beginning their study of biology and of the environment. Texts Cotgreave, Peter and Irwin Forseth. Krebs, John R. and Nicholas B. Stearns, Stephen C. and Rolf Hoekstra. Requirements There are two midterms and a paper. Special feature: The course is designed to elicit your own, original questions about evolution, ecology, and behavior through interactions with a website featuring video and still images from the Galapagos and issues and questions posed by recent papers from the primary literature. You may view the Galapagos site at Grading Midterm examination 1: 25% Midterm examination 2: 25% Paper: 50% Join a Study Group Through a pilot arrangement with Open Yale Courses, OpenStudy offers tools to participate in online study groups for a selection of Open Yale Courses, including EEB 122. View study group
Binghamton Neighborhood Project | Science-based solutions to real-world problems in our community PCR primer design: primers4clades tutorial Welcome to the primers4clades (primers for clades) documentation and tutorial page. This document explains how to use this tool and, more importantly, how to read the results. For a quick start try the tutorials, which are based on the provided demo sequences. They will provide a convenient overview of the server's user interface and capabilities. Feel free to contact us if you come accross bugs or find it difficult to understand the results. Table of contents Back to table of contents Overview This section provides a short description of the server capabilities. What can this server do? primers4clades (primers for clades) is an easy-to-use web server developed for researchers interested in the design of PCR primers for cross-species amplification of novel sequences from metagenomic DNA or from uncharacterized organisms belonging to user-specified phylogenetic clades or taxa. Figure 1. The primers4clades extended CODEHOP algorithm The server has two run modes. Back to table of contents
National Science Foundation (NSF) Events - Science: Becoming the Messenger Event Science: Becoming the Messenger Limited to Institutions & Universities in Kansas--More workshops will be offered in other locations January 27, 2011 7:30 AM to January 27, 2011 6:00 PM The Oread, Lawrence View video The National Science Foundation (NSF) will be holding a workshop, "Science: Becoming the Messenger" on January 27, 2011, at The Oread near the campus of the University of Kansas in Lawrence. We are extending an invitation to principal investigators (PI), early career researchers and engineers, graduate students, postdocs, public information officers (PIO) and communications staff from institutions and universities in Kansas who would like to learn to communicate effectively to a broad audience. Today, across academia and the research community, there is a growing interest in science communication. Seminars and training workshops are, accordingly, springing up to meet this need. For a specially selected group of researchers, there will be a second day on January 28th.
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