Research questions

Research – answering questions. To start research, need at least one question. Large project may have more than one question. Too many questions – unable to answer them all, research will lack focus. Generally, 3-5 related questions. Should be refined to fairly basic terms: Why does this happen? How does that work? What is needed to make this work? Example […]

Research Activity 01

Find out more about the Osprey tracking. http://scottishwildlifetrust.org.uk/things-to-do/osprey/ Two chicks tagged with satellite trackers in 2015. In 21015, one fly 7352km and the other 6812km. Interestingly, the tracked ospreys don’t always take the same route, some travel along the west coast of Britain, another down the east coast and one more centrally. http://www.ospreys.org.uk/category/satellite-tracking/ The osprey tracked here travelled to Africa […]

Inventing something new

August 1991, Tim Berners-Lee at CERN turned on the first website, prior to this the world wide web did not exist. Prior to this, one would hava to visit the library to find out information. This is research by inventing something new.