Amazing Kids! Magazine

Staff Q & A: What type of science do you see in your everyday life?

By the Amazing Kids! Staff


Want to know a little more about the Youth Staff here? Check out our Q&A with some of the Online Magazine staff members; their responses to these questions are below!

What type of science do you see in your everyday life?

Mindy Yang (Editor-in-Chief): Science is everywhere. One of the most impactful forms of science is through our own bodies. All the necessary actions our bodies do every day to keep us healthy is science.

Olivia Pineda (Assistant Editor): My family really enjoys cooking, so I see a lot of chemistry in the kitchen! When my sister makes her cupcakes, she needs to make sure that she adds certain ingredients or the dough won’t rise. Additionally, it’s interesting to see how when we combine certain ingredients, new and interesting flavors are made that don’t taste like the individual ingredients at all.

Isabella Taylor (Poetry Editor): I see science in my everyday life as soon as I walk into the kitchen.  Baking, boiling, freezing – all science in the making!

Kasey Dallman (AKOM Writer): As a music education student, I see biology in my everyday life. In defending why music should be in schools we learn about the biological and neurological benefits of music.

Tanmaya Murthy (LOL Columnist): Almost every single natural phenomenon we see, are outcomes of science. The concept of atmospheric refraction, reflection and the mesmerizing dispersion of sun’s light in the form of a rainbow during the rainy season and instances of friction, static electricity, imbibitions are also very common in everyday life. Gravitational pull, magnetic effects are also scientific phenomena that we usually observe. All of these fascinate me and that is the simple reason that I adore Science as a subject.