Biodiversity: Biological Diversity

Saturday May 30th, 2020


Biodiversity: Biological Diversity Biological Diversity is the terms for variety and variability of life on Earth. Its an essential element of life, the very fabric of "natural capital" of our planet. Biodiversity is typically a measure of variation at the genetic, species, and ecosystem level. Nature provides nutritious food, supplies clean air and water, sustains livelihoods, acts as a buffer against extreme weather events and regulates the... [read more]


Sunday Apr 26th, 2020


DNA Yesterday was a special in the history, as because on 25th April 1953, James Watson, Francis Crick, Maurice Wilkins, and Rosalind Franklin published papers on the structure of DNA! DNA was first observed by a German biochemist named Frederich Miescher in 1869. But for many years, researchers did not realize the importance of this molecule. It was not until 1953 that James Watson, Francis Crick, Maurice Wilkins and Rosalind Franklin figured out the structure of DNA — a double... [read more]

Dry Ice and its Nutty facts

Tuesday Dec 24th, 2019


Hello Friends, Nutty Scientists Canada Wishing YOU and Your Family a Happy Christmas & Wonderful Holidays !! As you know Nutty Scientists Canada, recently had a science event for our little Canadian scientists. We have received huge feedback from the participants of the event. Most of the common questions about the dry ice experiments and the science behind the dry ice. On your request, our research team like to present some information / facts on DRY ICE and we are sure you will be... [read more]