Why you should join a society

Whether you join one or twenty, societies will probably be one of the best parts of your university experience. There’s something for everyone and who knows, by trying something new you might find a whole new passion! Here’s some reasons to join a society this academic year… Societies are central to Warwick, and a very […]

You’re Almost There!

By now you’ve probably submitted all of your coursework, you’re about to begin revision for the final string of exams and the end of the year is in sight… Celebrating before you’ve finished exams might sound premature, but taking to time to reflect on your current successes and achievements doesn’t have to take long! Whether […]

Focus on… Science databases

When you first come to use databases in your studies, you can find the sheer amount of available resources rather overwhelming. With dozens of different databases covering various subjects, journals and forms of information, it can be difficult to know where to start. Our quick guide will take you through the ins and outs of […]

How do I open Shandor Castle?

How do I open Shandor Castle? Gaining Entrance Use a Stasis Stream/Proton Stream combo to make short work of them. Once everything is all clear, the Ghostbusters can enter Shandor Castle. How do you move the crane in Ghostbusters? There are no secrets here. Use the slime tether on the crane to pull it towards […]

How do you use global positioning system GPS?

How do you use global positioning system GPS? To find the distance from a satellite to a receiver, use the following equation: (186,000 mi/sec) x (signal travel time in seconds) = Distance of the satellite to the receiver in miles. The Global Positioning System (GPS) is a constellation of satellites orbiting the Earth approximately 11,000 […]

Can a worm be a producer?

Can a worm be a producer? Most commercially raised worms live in surface litter and feed on decaying organic matter. Earthworm production is an enterprise that could be suitable for many small land owners. An operation with one or two worm beds requires only minimal setup costs, maintenance, and labor. Is a bird a secondary […]

What are the uses of allotropes?

What are the uses of allotropes? Uses of allotropes Diamond. used in glass cutting and rock drilling machines. used in ornaments. Graphite. used for making lubricants. used for making carbon electrodes. Fullerene. used as insulators. used as a catalyst in water purification. Coke. used as fuel in factories and homes. Coal. What is the use […]

How do you tell if goldfish are spawning?

How do you tell if goldfish are spawning? When your male goldfish are ready to spawn, they will develop tiny white bumps known as “spawning tubercles” around their heads, gill covers, and pectoral fins. If you notice these white spots on your male fish, there is a greater chance that your female fish may be […]

Is there any or some water?

Is there any or some water? Only use “some” and “any” with uncountable nouns and plural countable nouns: She wants some water. (water = uncountable noun) What does have some water mean? @liaddial To get some water is literal, to get water from somewhere. While “to have some water” means drink water 😉 What is […]

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