Use your spacial memory to ace biochemistry

Here’s a mind trick that will boost your memory almost instantly. Suppose I gave you a blank piece of paper and told you to draw a map of the United States. You could probably draw more of it than you Continue reading Use your spacial memory to ace biochemistry

Don’t Read Your Textbook!

Textbooks suck. Seriously. They’re boring, and they flood you with a ton of information without any depth. But you have to read them. Or maybe you don’t. At least not the whole thing. You can avoid a lot of extra Continue reading Don’t Read Your Textbook!

Thermo Fisher Science Scholarship for Science Majors–up to $10,000

If you want to major in biology, chemistry, biochemistry or another science major, this science scholarship may be for you. The Thermo Fisher scientific company is offering a $10,000 scholarship and four $5,000 scholarships to college students with a science Continue reading Thermo Fisher Science Scholarship for Science Majors–up to $10,000

Test your knowledge of photosynthesis and respiration

This science learning game is a quick and easy review if you want to have a general outline of the chemical processes inside of respiration and photosynthesis. The game is based on one of those old school numerical order sliding Continue reading Test your knowledge of photosynthesis and respiration

AP Biology: Some historical context for genetics

The one big problem with AP biology (although it’s getting better) is that it often discourages critical thinking. The problem is information overload. I think I have the solution. Schema. There’s a concept that your brain develops an “outline” for Continue reading AP Biology: Some historical context for genetics