Bone Growth

This project is a representation of the bone structure and development. The fetus represents an infant in the womb, whose bones are primarily composed of cartilage instead of the spongey bone matrix. Once the fetus is born, the bone turns into a true bone structure with the help from the …

Smoking Tobacco: How the Four Most Abundant Elements Can React

For my project, I discuss about how oxygen, hydrogen, carbon, and nitrogen can react to the smoke of tobacco. Like most things humans consume, tobacco and its smoke has species of those four elements. These species negatively effect the human body, such as, the lungs, liver, and heart. The oxygen, …

Deeper Into Mitosis

This project dives deeper into the phases of mitosis. Specifically, what drives mitosis? There is such a vast wealth of information on the things that are driving it, and scientists still don’t know everything about it. It is incredible how intricate and compex it is at such a microscopic level! …