Didja know? Nobel site has educational games

May 17, 2017 at 8:00 am Leave a comment

The Nobel Prize website includes an Education Games page.  From the site: “Nobelprize.org’s educational section consists of 46 productions. Of these, 29 are interactive learning games of various sorts and degrees of difficulties. Most of them also includes a “Read more” about the subject.”

There are games for the following topics: physics, chemistry, medicine, literature, peace, economic, and the Top 10 Most Visited Educational Games are …

1. The Blood Typing Game
2. The DNA – the Double Helix Game
3. The Immune System Game
4. The Control of the Cell Cycle Game
5. The Pavlov’s Dog Game
6. The Electrocardiogram Game
7. The Transistor
8. The Diabetic Dog Game
9. The Split Brain Experiments Game
10. The Lord of the Flies Game

How cool is that? Check ’em out, Rowan

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