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GENERAL SCIENCE

General science is well known as the “grand tour of the sciences.” Biology, chemistry, physics, psychology, even computer science are all part of general science, making it your one stop shop for anything science! Explore this section to learn how to program, balance atomic equations, or anything else under the vast umbrella of science. Whether you’re studying unbalanced forces or creating a chemical formula, we’re here to help!

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BIOLOGY

The science of life, one of the most widespread sciences of all. Biology studies life and organisms, structures, processes and more, all of which you can study too, by exploring this section. With this large amount of content, biology can be quite confusing. Tons of branches, such as anatomy, ecology, cytology, and physiology fall under biology, which is why we’re here for you!

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CHEMISTRY

While the first thing to come to many people’s minds may be a mad scientist, chemistry is much more varied. Explore this section to understand properties, compositions, and structures of chemicals, building knowledge of how the chemical world works. The study of matter can be pretty tricky, whether it be balancing expressions or mixing formulas. If you need help with converting atoms to moles or calculating protons, we’ve got you!

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PHYSICS

For every action, there is an equal and opposite reaction. That is Newton’s 3rd Law, just one of the major fundamentals of our understanding of physics. Explore this section for explanations on normal force, gravity’s acceleration, and light waves’ difference from sound. Whether you’re confused on why we don’t float away, or have trouble calculating applied forces, we’re here to help!

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ZOOLOGY

Animals and animal life are the backbones of zoology. Zoology covers everything about animals, from anatomy to habitats! Explore this section for information about relationships, physiology, genetics, and habitats. If you need help remembering the nine phyla, or the difference between taxonomy and morphology, we’ve got that covered too!

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BOTANY

Plant anatomy, genetics and physiology. All are major parts of botany, the study of plant life. Explore this section for explanations of the branches of botany, the difference between ecology and cytology, and biochemistry. Studying plant growth or taxonomy, photosynthetic plants or carnivorous plants, we’ve got you covered!

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GEOLOGY

More than 7 billion years of Earth history makes geology a particularly important course! Geology studies the past’s effect on our physical environment, whether it may be earthquakes or water composition. Explore this section for explanations on human/planet interactions, Earth processes, and how the world has changed. Whether you’re studying rocks, landscapes, or sustainability, we’re here to assist!

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ASTRONOMY

Journey into space with astronomy, the study of the universe! The universe is a vast place, and the study of it follows suit. Explore this section for explanations on the history and future of the universe, evolution of stars, and the Sun’s fusion power. If you need help calculating gravity of planets or remembering star types, we’ve got that too!

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ECOLOGY

Organism and environment interactions make up the basis of ecology. Understanding our effect on the world and whether we can sustain it, is extremely important. Explore this section to learn more about the different types of ecology, natural selection, and sustainability. Whether you’re studying populations, communities, or ecosystems, we’ve got you covered!

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FORENSIC SCIENCE

Chemistry, biology, physics, psychology and social science all come together in the study of science applied to crimes. Utilizing science to make or break crime scene theories can be important! Explore this section for explanations on crime scenes, analyzing physical evidence, and conducting investigations. Supporting or negating crime scene theories, we’ve got your back!

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ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE

We all know Earth, but how well do we really know it? This course investigates the physical, biological, and informational parts of Earth, really bringing it all together. Explore this section to gain an understanding into how the environment keeps going, and how we can solve environmental problems. Whether you’re trying to solve clean water issues, or build sustainability, we’re here to help!

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