Tricky 15-question quiz will put your science knowledge to the ultimate test
To coincide with British Science Week (11th – 20th March), we’ve created a tricky 15-question quiz, guaranteed to put your science knowledge to the test.
The challenge features a selection of carefully crafted questions from our 120,000-strong database, covering biology, physics and chemistry.
Our analytics indicate that only about 5% of people will be able to answer ALL of these questions correctly.
Are YOU one of them? Scroll down to take the quiz and check your answers at the bottom.
- Which part of the eye determines its colour? Retina, Iris or Pupil?
- What is the pH number of a substance that is neither acid nor alkali?
- In physics, what is the more common term for the ‘Einstein-Rosen Bridge’ that has fascinating implications for time travel?
- What bone is statistically the most commonly broken bone in the human body?
- Which element combines with sodium to make common salt?
- What was the surname of the German scientist who invented the mercury thermometer in 1714?
- Dolly the Sheep, the first cloned mammal, was named after Dolly Parton on account of it being cloned from a mammary cell. Is this… True or False?
- What is the most common element found in our universe?
- In physics, what is the name given to the type of energy that an object possesses due to its motion?
- Which of these is NOT one of the major human blood types? AB, O or OB1?
- Ozone is made up of atoms of which gas?
- Stephen Hawking once said that “If the universe had existed forever, then everything would be the same…” what? Size, Temperature, Age or Colour?
- What kind of animal is a Bombay duck? Mammal, Fish, Insect or Duck?
- What gas propels a champagne cork from a bottle?
- What name is given to the natural phenomenon by which physical bodies attract each other with a force proportional to their masses?
- B – Iris
- Collarbone / clavicle
- A – True
- C – OB1
- B – Temperature
- Carbon dioxide (CO2)