A weekly feature to help you learn all the big science words
Scientists Say (noun, “SIGH-en-tists Sae”)
This is a new weekly feature from our science inspiration blog, Eureka! Lab. Every week, science education writer Bethany Brookshire highlights a new science word, from allele to zoonosis. Each word has a definition and is used in a sentence to help you understand the meaning. There’s even an audio recording, so you can hear exactly how to pronounce the term.
Have you ever wanted to know exactly how eutrophication was pronounced, or find out the difference between autopsy and necropsy or hurricane and typhoon? Make sure to check out Eureka! Lab where every Monday, a new word will be waiting. Got a word you want to know about? Tweet to @eureka_labs and put in a request!
In a sentence
If you’ve ever wondered how to pronounce that pesky science term, Scientists Say is here for you.
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