Doodle Science - July 2014

Circulated to schools, organisations and individuals - covering primary science and related bits and bobs.

Not much to look at I know, but this little snowman was made on my new 3d printer, if only I had more time to sort it out right now. But I am so busy, all over the place and many hotels, lots of audiences to do. So this is a bit short this month, but more, much more next year.....
Great Dates in Sci and Tech for July

st, 1858 Darwin and Wallace's paper on Natural selection is read to the Linnean society.
3rd, 1844 the last pair of Great Auks is killed
and in 1886 Benz unveils the first purpose build car.
5th, 1687 Newton published the Principia
10th, 1962 Telstar is launched, the first communications satellite
and in 1997 Scientists announce that DNA evidence supports the out of Africa theory of human evolution placing "African Eve" at between 100,000 and 200,000 years ago.
19th, 1912 a meteorite explodes over Holbrook Arizona and showers 16,000 bits on the town.
21st, 1969 Armstrong and Aldrin walk on the Moon.
25th, 1978 the first test tube baby is born.