• Execute Experiments
• Save results of experiments to LocalStorage
• Save results of experiments to cloud (through Parce)
• Load experiment from cloud (through Parce)
In the app Kitchen Science Experiments you will learn to do such experiments as:
- Baking Soda Volcano
- Rock Candy Crystals
- Rubber Eggs and Chicken Bones
- Magic Colored Milk
- Red Cabbage pH Indicator
Kitchen Science Experiments is a new fascinating app for little scientists.
Learn interesting Science facts by experimenting with different materials that react in surprising ways. You'll find a lot of experiments can be done using simple ingredients found around your house.
Basic materials can help you perform Science experiments that are simple, safe and perfect for kids.
For more information and apps, try my blog: http://mynewandroidapps.blogspot.com
In the app Science Projects you will find such ideas of the science projects as
- Make Slime
- Borax Crystal Snowflake
- Penny Chemistry
- Color Fire
- Density Column
Science Projects is:
- many interesting ideas for science projects
- detailed information
- colorful photos
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The app is best suited for people starting in a neuroscience program, but it's free so anyone is welcome to it!
1) Turn on Bluetooth to enable all sensors
2) Select your sensor
3) Give your data a name or leave it with the time and date.
4) Set the timer.
5) Click start to collect data.
5) Upload your data to analyze later.
More details can be found at http://www.brokenairplane.com/2011/10/android-education-science-physicsgizmo.html
My goal is for this app to enable more students around the world to do science!
Bring the lab to your laptop with the coolest science experiments on the web!
This app is a supplement to my book: Math Journey. Available on lulu: http://www.lulu.com/shop/joseph-mak/math-journey/paperback/product-3184664.html
This is an application for learning that let you download exercises from the web (just a few kanjis right now). Its an upgrade from Hiragana and Katakana Learn Experiment (https://market.android.com/details?id=com.legendarya.helloandroid), but with many planned improvements:
-More contents (kanjis and spanish to start with) and improvements to older contents (mistakes corrections, exercises with full review of all the hiragana or katakana and other writing styles)
-User editable contents so anyone can collaborate adding the contents they want (it will use a points system to encourage people to do it)
-More compatibility in different android devices, solving crashes that some of you have got, and maybe specific versions for tablets (icecream sandwich), iPhone and Blackberry
-A cuter interface with lighter backgrounds with gradients
-Use of aditional resources like images and custom keyboards (like a hiragana keyboard for the kanjis exercises)
-Better writing recognition, based on the direction in which you are writing instead of the position, so it will be less strict when you are doing it right
-Customization, so you can enable or disable vibration on fails, the option to complete the writing of a kana before the application shows you wrong or don’t showing the hints (lines or dots) on drawing
-Statistics of the progress, including a comparison with the last time you have done the same exercise.
You can see more information here: http://learnexperiment.org/blog/presentation/
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Educate Association , through an agreement with the representative office of The Middlebury College University (Vermont , USA) in Buenos Aires , Argentina, worked in collaboration with one of its students in the area of neuroscience and developed an animated digital book that contains some of these principles , presenting them in a very graphic and attractive way.
Besides the book and the principles presented on it ;reference material will be released for those who want to deeepen into each issues and know the underlying scientific basis .
The digital animated book and the reference material will be of free access to all the institutions and people who are willing to download it.
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This starter pack app includes 25 free questions organized into 12 categories:
Gross Anatomy of the Brain
Anatomical and Functional Properties of Neurons and Muscle
Neurochemistry / Neurotransmitters
The Spinal Cord
The Autonomic Nervous System
The Brainstem and Cranial Nerves
Anatomy of the Forebrain
Use the High Yield Facts as a "memory jog" and then test your overall knowledge by answering randomly generated questions from all categories or target areas of weakness by focusing on a specific category. Need a more intensive review? Then download the complete set of 500 questions and answers with detailed explanations by making an in-app purchase of $29.99.
This dynamic app also allows users to flag questions as they go, thus allowing for easier review of problem areas. Detailed analytics allows users to review their quiz history and statistics like their weekly progress. Users will also discover their category strength and weaknesses. By offering a rigorous review of key concepts and facts, this app gives users the perfect way to assess their knowledge of neuroscience for course review and the USMLE Step 1.
Have a question or would like to share your feedback? Please send us an email at: McGraw-Hill@gwhizmobile.com