Brainwave - March 2015
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Science needs its students to be passionate and curious and these are characteristics that cannot be instilled by force, in a child.
With a keen understanding of this, Brainwave imparts science fundamentals in forms that excite children of all aptitudes - comics, stories, activities, contests, fascinating facts and reader contributions.
Pyramids are mysterious, aren't they? In this issue, we uncover some of their scientific secrets (pg. 26). Great civilizations built these awesome structures to symbolise the knowledge they held dearly. Accompany us to one of the ancient pyramids and watch
as we uncover some ancient secrets (p11).
Besides explorers (pg. 30), this structure is also interesting to scientists. The pyramid is one of nature’s favourite shapes -
many molecules are pyramid - shaped (pg. 16), so are prisms.
Ecologists arrange animals and plants in different kinds of pyramids (pg. 40) to make sense of links between them.
Also, join us in wishing Alby a very Happy Birthday!
Did you know that Albert Einstein was born in the month of
March in 1879? Find out what happened after that on page 6.
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