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Monthly Archives: March 2019

  • A Matter of Life and Death

    Antarctica, 1961: Dr. Leonid Rogozov has to remove his own appendix.

    There are numerous remarkable true survival stories — yet few can match that of , the Russian doctor who performed surgery on himself to save his own life.

    From September 1960 to October 1962, Leonid Rogozov was a member of the 6th Soviet Antarctic expedition as the only doctor amongst a team of 12 researchers. He was sent to the Novolazarevskaya Station to take part in the construction of the research station and to stay on as the resident doctor. Continue reading

  • Which microscope is best for you?

    When choosing a microscope, there are many questions to ask: who is it for? What is the intended application? What is your price range? What kind of magnification are you looking for? Continue reading

  • Why Lego Is Such A Brilliant STEM Toy

    Lego Is Great For Learning

    LEGO is one of the world's most popular toys, and there's a good reason for that. The coloured blocks from that famous Danish company are unique in their ability to appeal to children and adults alike. From the very young to the old, the appeal of LEGO is quite universal; we all love it! But while adult fans of LEGO exist and are a quite prolific market for the company, children are still their main market. Lego is in essence, a toymaker -- but the company manages to create both wonderfully entertaining toys, as well as educational ones. Often in the same product! In this article, we will explore why we think LEGO is such a good educational toy.

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