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Log in to add favorite Overflow Menu January 31, 2012 1:01 PM
The 2012 Google Science Fair is underway. Google points students to Science Buddies Project Guide resources for assistance in preparing their step-by-step Project Submissions. A Global Science Success With over 10,000…
Log in to add favorite Overflow Menu January 25, 2012 6:34 AM
The image above shows predicted rise and fall of sunspot activity during a Solar Cycle. Image source: NASA. Born on January 24, 1882: Harold Delos Babcock, an astronomer who studied sunspot cycles and the sun's magnetic polarity during each…
Log in to add favorite Overflow Menu January 24, 2012 10:45 AM
Licorice root may help fight cavities and other oral health problems, but most "licorice" candies are actually flavored with anise. Image source: Pikaluc, Wikipedia. Willing to try a licorice-based toothpaste? When it comes to candy,…
Log in to add favorite Overflow Menu January 20, 2012 10:21 AM
Our "science history" notes this week at Facebook included mention of both Dian Fossey and Joy Adamson. Both women left behind inspiring legacies and volumes of experience gathered from living with, observing, and interacting with animals.…
Log in to add favorite Overflow Menu January 16, 2012 1:26 PM
Hanson's essay is thought-provoking and eye-opening, and for students with an interest in birds, or even an interest in paleontology, there is plenty of potential for inspiring and inspired science projects that may find a launching point in an essay on feathers. One path students might follow involves considering the question: where did feathers come from? And why do birds, alone, have them?
Log in to add favorite Overflow Menu January 11, 2012 9:14 AM
Pavegen's research into green technology, sustainable energy sources, and clean, renewable energy alternatives led to the development of Pavegen tiles—and an exploration of the potential offered by kinetic energy harvesting.
Log in to add favorite Overflow Menu January 3, 2012 6:23 AM
A look back at science news from 2011 opens up exciting angles for student research and investigation. Despite the exacting nature of "science" and the scientist's quest for cut and dried, statistically sound results, science is constantly…
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