Dr Chris and Dr Xand look at the amazing things our brains can do!
In this Mystery, students explore the brain’s role in receiving information from the senses, processing that information, and controlling the muscles to enable movement.
There are 37 miles of nerves in the human body.
Some researchers collect human sweat to answer a host of science questions
Synesthesia allows people to hear color or taste numbers—and maybe even remember some things better than the average person.
Explore your nerves by creating a life-sized drawing.
Your Challenge: Discover the science behind practicing yoga!
Should we put nursing homes in space?
Ever wonder what’s causing all those reactions in your body when you’re falling in love with someone? We certainly did.
This lesson is intended to further student’s understanding of the central nervous system, neurotransmission, and how alcohol subsequently impacts function.
This set of bits will teach you about the system that senses the world around you and controls your body: your nervous system.
How do you know when your hand touches something? How do you know if something brushes against your shoulder?