That tastes funny – anaesthetic and receptors on the tongue
This morning I have had an unexpected trip to the denti$t. The anaesthetic is still wearing off so the receptors in my tongue are playing up a bit. I’m drinking chocolate milk through a straw and it tastes sweet on the unaffected side of my tongue and salty on the side that had the anaesthetic. Looks totally normal, though, don’t you think?
This entry was posted on June 18. 2015 by Miss Vivi
Registration now OPEN – Science mini-conference in Cairns
Block out the 29 & 30 June on your calendar, check out the program and get registered because places are limited.
Cost includes meals, workshop notes and the opportunity to pick our brains at will for two whole days. Usual cost for a single workshop by Dissection Connection or Rockhoundz is $30 per person so this represents excellent value for your professional development dollar.
All lab techs, teachers and sciencey people are welcome to join us. We are hoping to see some Yr 7 teachers among the participants this year. These workshops will also be useful to a parent who is home schooling so please share this with your networks so no-one misses out.
This entry was posted on May 20. 2015 by Miss Vivi
Proposed Program: Cairns Science Mini-Conference
click to see the conference program
Here is the proposed program for the science mini-conference in Cairns in June. Hope the image quality is OK to read. Your feedback is welcome (ie. does it look like fun?)
Sign up for updates now so you know when registration is open … which will be soon (it’s high on my list of To Do’s!)
This entry was posted on May 12. 2015 by Miss Vivi