Author: Amy Cowen
Recently on the Blog
Summer bird watching projects may help build and reinforce important science observation and recordkeeping skills.
Is water that passes through layers of soil to an underground storage space filtered in the process?
Customize a wooden train and explore the science behind the "magic" of a maglev train.
Summer reading to inspire young birders and young astronomers!
Super science, technology, engineering, and math activities that kids can do at home during summer break.
Use colored paper and wax paper to explore eye science. Can you make a colored dot disappear?
Keep kids engaged in science, technology, engineering, and math with Science Buddies Summer STEM Camp!
A team of PPG volunteers helped test and improve a popular grape soda biotechnology project.
Explore density by making a colorful density column at home!
Planning summer science? Check this list of bright and colorful STEM activities that are perfect for exciting hands-on science at home.
Can you fix or improve it? Hone your engineering skills with a wide range of projects that can be done as fun at-home DIY challenges.
Explore physics and engineering with a homemade mini trebuchet!
Dogs have an amazing sense of smell. Some breeds of dogs learn to perform specialized tasks, including helping monitor people with Type 1 Diabetes.
Explore genetics and genomics STEM projects for K-12 students.
Celebrate Earth Day with increased awareness of citizen science and the many opportunities that exist for families to contribute to global research.