Pitch and frequency, Part II

Experience the relationship between pitch and frequency through measurements.

The Cartesian and the polar coordinate system

Practise how to define a specific location using coordinate systems.

How do animals see?

This lesson presents the vision and the evolution of eyes of animals.

Pitch and frequency, Part I

Experience the relationship between pitch and frequency through measurements.

Living fossils

Learn about animal species that emerged in the distant past and stayed mostly unchanged

How are rocks made?

You can follow the process of the formation of rocks.

Mineral or rock?

In this lesson you will learn more about minerals and rocks.

The Sun - a source of energy

In this lesson you will learn about the Sun and how solar energy can be used.

How do we see? The human eye

This lesson presents the anatomy of the eye, the mechanism of vision, and common vision problems.

How is the aluminium foil made?

This lesson presents the properties, production, and use of aluminium.

Space adventurers: Space travel

In this lesson you will learn about the presence of humans in space in the past, present and future.

Weather project

You can become meteorologists through fun group tasks.

Journey to the Gutenberg Galaxy

In this lesson you will learn about the history of writing.

Do fish drink?

In this lesson you will learn more about the life of fish.

Which came first, the feather or the bird?

This lesson presents which animals developed feathers during the course of evolution.

The giants of the Solar System

This lesson introduces you to the outer planets of the Solar System, that is the giant planets.

What can positioning systems be used for?

This lesson encourages the use of the Global Positioning System.

Do lichens damage trees?

In this lesson you will familiarise yourselves with special organisms, that is lichens.

Become a forensic anthropologist

Find out what types of bones there are and what anthropologists do!

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