20 Weird Facts About the Human Body... Your Body!
Jill Bolte Taylor gave a Ted Talk called 'My Stroke of Insight' where she describes her thoughts and feelings of awe when having a stroke. Feelings of awe?! Taylor is a brain scientist, and was fascinated at her body's abilities and reactions during her own stroke. The human body continues to [...]
Famous Symbols and their Hidden Meanings! - Relatively Interesting
Famous Symbols And Their Hidden Meanings Imagery is everywhere. Famous symbols have long surrounded human beings for various reasons. Growing…
How Did Diseases Get Their Names? #Infographic
There are so many diseases around the world and while many of them may have Latin names or may be named after the person who discovered the disease, they can be named after many other things and for many different reasons. For example, it is commonly known that Parkinson’s Disease was named after James Parkinson who first worked on this illness, despite the fact that he originally labelled the disease as ‘paralysis agitans’.
Darwin for you (Y7)
Please find more details about Charles Darwin, the Scientist behind the Theory of Evolution, here and his tree of life here, more here thanks to History National Museum