Every Day Science December 2006

December 2006
Science & Children;Dec2006, Vol. 44 Issue 4, p76
Academic Journal
The article presents a calendar of events related to the facts and challenges of science for December in the U.S. Hydroponicum was patented on December 1, 1936. Inventor Eli Whitney who is famous for the cotton gin was born on December 8, 1976. On December 10, 2006 cotton gin allows the cotton to be separated from its seeds for easy identification.


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