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Chameleon Peptides: Changing themselves or pharma?

Chameleons change colour by using specialized cells in their skin called chromatophores. These cells contain pigments such as melanin and carotenoids. By expanding or contracting the chromatophores, chameleons can change their colour. This means they can change how they look in response to the environment. In a similar fashion there are a class of molecules…

Allotropes matter: A backbone breaking Carbon discovery

A recent discovery of a new carbon allotrope (E Meirzadeh, et al., 2023) has shaken the scientific community. It will have potential implications for the folks dabbling in the quantum computing realm 🖥️. But first, we have to be reminded more then we are taught: Allotropes are different forms of the same chemical element with differing…

Prevention of non-infectious diseases – HSC Biology

Understanding the prevention of non-infectious diseases, also known as non-communicable diseases is critical for HSC biology but more importantly for your well-being in general. Wisdom is having a long-term outlook. It is being able to identify the non-immediate consequences of immediate actions. That is why wisdom is prevention. Preventing non-infectious diseases is like playing a game…

Is Jurassic world possible? Crispr, cloning and hybrids

Don’t worry we ain’t going to be dropping spoilers in here. But… After the success of Jurassic world dominion and it’s ability to capture the imaginations of the masses, we thought it would be a good idea to break down the science behind the cloning of humans and dinosaurs. After reading this the answer to…

History of acid and bases

Chances are you don’t know the history of acid and bases. You think just because you haven’t had to know about them before or you have forgotten about them, then they simply don’t matter all that much. Understanding the history of scientific discovery changes the way you see the present. It offers you a glimpse…

Integral calculus questions and answers

Use these integral calculus questions and answers to make sure you go well on your exams. We often find our students can do these questions fairly fast and save a significant portion of time in the exam. You should see your accuracy improve significantly after completing 5 to 10 of these questions and marking your…

Perflubron Liquid breathing: Is it time to blow off air?

In second year of undergraduate, we walked into what we thought would be a standard anatomy class. But what we didn’t expect to see were to pairs of lungs open on the bench. One infant size. The other much larger. Much darker. The pearly white of the infants lung contrasted with the polluted adults lung.…

How to get a high ATAR

Ever wondered how to get a good ATAR? Here we share how to get a good ATAR – the power of using aromatherapy, study techniques which separate the best students and what to do on exam day. The best thing is you can get a high ATAR with low scaling subjects if you put our…

Is Biology HSC Hard?

Why is Biology HSC so darn hard? HSC biology is a large course with concepts which build upon previous concepts. If you fall behind things will snow ball. Things will not get easier. But if you stay up to date, we promise you that you will love HSC biology and it won’t seem as challenging.…

Newton’s law of universal gravitation equation

Dr Victor decides he wants to be rich and powerful. He steals a planet and plans to crash it into earth so he can save time and money mining it for the endangered metal, Gallium. Bug-man must use the laws of universal gravitation to save the day.

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