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Amy Cowen is Online Community Manager at Science Buddies and produces content for the Science Buddies blog, monthly newsletter, and social media streams, including Facebook, Twitter, Google+, and Pinterest. Find her on Google+ and at Twitter.

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Enter the 3M Young Scientist Challenge for a chance to win $25,000 & exclusive 3M mentorship


Make a video and enter the 3M Young Scientist Challenge for students grades 5-8!

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Make Environmental Sustainability Actionable for Students with These Lessons


Two Lesson Plans help teachers teach sustainability using Google's interactive Your Plan, Your Planet tool.

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5 STEM Activities with Marshmallow Peeps


Use seasonal Peeps candies for fun and colorful hands-on science!

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Challenges Don’t Stop this School from Making STEM Hands-on


Teachers at this alternative educational program in Kentucky use free science and engineering activities from Science Buddies to provide safe and engaging STEM learning opportunities for their students.

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5 STEM Lesson Plans to Teach Forces of Motion


Try one of these five free lesson plans to help students get hands-on with physics and forces of motion.

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New Series of Science Buddies Books


Some of our most popular hands-on STEM activities are now available in book form!

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16 Women in Engineering to Learn More About


Learn more about 16 women engineers in science history and explore related science projects and STEM careers.

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Free Resources Support Teacher's Innovative STEM Academy


Science Buddies's free resources are a perfect fit for this teacher's school-within-a-school STEM program in an Ohio elementary school.

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25 Women in Science to Learn More About


Learn more about 25 women in science history and explore related science projects and STEM careers.

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6 Steps to Success with the Fluor Engineering Challenge


6 steps to Fluor Engineering Challenge success!

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Take the Fluor Challenge for Engineers Week


Celebrate Engineers Week with the Fluor Challenge!

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STEM is for Everyone: Nicholas Saunderson, Blind Mathematician


This eighteenth century blind mathematician developed his own tools to help him work with numbers.

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STEM is for Everyone: Scientists with Disabilities


Supporting scientists with disabilities and diversity in STEM

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10 Fun Wintry Science Activities


10 winter-themed science activities

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Learn More About these 19 Scientists for Black History Month


Learn more about these 19 African American scientists and engineers.

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