What Is The Haber Process | Reactions | Chemistry | FuseSchool

You have likely produced ammonia in the laboratory from the thermal decomposition of ammonium chloride, or from the reaction of ammonium and hydroxide ions. Have you ever wondered how ammonia is produced on an industrial scale? In this lesson, we will learn about the Haber process to produce ammonia, developed during World War I by […]

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Meet Erica – Agricultural & Environmental Consultant and Primary Industry Champion

[Dog whistle] I do a wide range of work with farmers. I also do projects for industry and government. Most see the work as focused on sustainability of farm systems, and that’s everything from economics, through to social sustainability and environmental. And that’s a skill set that I’ve got a specialty with. My role is […]

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Australian of the Year: Dr Graeme Stevenson, soil management expert #AOTY2020

About 30 years ago, I was working in one of the country towns in the Department of Agriculture and the local … one of the local dairy farmers grabbed me one day and said ‘come and have a look at what I’ve got on my place, Graeme’. And he showed me the dung beetles. Wow. […]

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Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources Cluster

If you enjoy the outdoors, working with animals or plants and don’t mind getting your hands dirty, dig no deeper for a career in the Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources career cluster. A wide variety of options exists in this career cluster including horticulture, landscape technician, urban forestry, veterinary technician, dairy herd management, agriculture power […]

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This Giant Plant Looks Like Raw Meat and Smells Like Dead Rat | Deep Look

It happens maybe only once a decade and lasts about 24 hours. The bloom of the rare and gigantic Titan arum, better known as the “corpse flower.” It’s a mimic. It copies the stench of dead, rotting animals. But hold up. What you’re looking at isn’t actually the flower. That part? It’s a modified leaf […]

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The evolution of mathematics, from agriculture to quantum mechanics | Michelle Thaller

Oğuzhan, you asked, why is mathematics the universal language? And this is something I’ve actually thought a lot about. Mathematics is in some ways kind of scary in how useful it is at really describing how the universe works around us. Now, to give you an idea, the origin of mathematics seems very straightforward. We […]

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