Archive for October 10th 2013

. The system uses heat and light to directly examine the crystal structure of teeth. This allows dentists to detect decay on and inside teeth much earlier than other methods. It can detect areas as small as 50 microns and up to 5 mm deep, even in between adjoining teeth.
Study after study shows that hands-on projects are the most effective way for students to learn. Have you ever been curious how you can integrate hands-on, real-world experiences into your classroom or laboratory?
Study after study shows that hands-on projects are the most effective way for students to learn. Have you ever been curious how you can integrate hands-on, real-world experiences into your classroom or laboratory?