Using E. coli bacteria in schools: A student is planning an experiment and would like to grow E. coli pili 1 strain and test antibotics on it. Can this strain of E.
- Year Senior Secondary > Science Inquiry Skills > Planning and conducting
Decommissioning a science area: Our school is building a new science area and will be decommissioning the existing science rooms. What advice can you provide on this process please?
Potassium iodide status and EUDs: Can you confirm whether potassium iodide is allowed in WA schools and can you explain what an EUD is?
Disposing of wire gauze mats with ceramic centres: I have some of these and have checked with the supplier in relation to the possiblity of containing Tremolite.
Using an air-rifle in schools to demonstrate velocity of a bullet: We are wondering what rules there are around using a BB pump rifle in schools to demonstrate velocity of a bullet.
- Year Senior Secondary > Science Understanding > Physical Sciences
Method for testing pH and catalase in liver for Yr 12 biology: I am looking for materials and method for a practical that tests pH and catalase in liver for year 12 biology.
3D printing is a relatively new technology and industry and is also one of the latest technologies to enter schools.
There are a wide range of chemicals used in solution form for various experimental activities and demonstrations in the school science curriculum.
Schools should develop their own maintenance and servicing schedule for all emergency equipment, plant and mechanical fixtures, electrical and electronic devices etc.
Investigating the effect of cell size on diffusion (absorption) rate (speed) is a common investigation carried out by secondary students.