Experiment on biology-
A Nervous Experiment By Brittany Sanner
Do you think you need the same number of nerves in every part of your body? Where in your body might you need more nerves? See for yourself!
Also in: Españolir Pollution

By CJ Kazilek

The Phoenix metropolitan area, like many large cities, has problems with air pollution at certain times of the year. You can do a simple study to determine some of the factors that affect air pollution.

Ant Farm By Rebecca Clark
We can learn a lot from ants and the best way is to build your own ant farm. This activity teaches you how to make your own ant farm out of two CD cases.
Bone Strength By Arizona Science Center
Bones need to be both strong and flexible in order to do their job. Try this neat experiment to see what happens when bones lose either their strength or their flexibility. To explore the bones of the human skeleton, check out our Skeleton Viewer. To learn more, visit Busy Bones.


1. For basic experiment we can investigate on the effect of the concentration of solute on cells.

2. Difference between plant tissue and animal tissue

3. The effect  saliva on carbohydrate

4. the effect of exercise on respiratory rate and pulse rate