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As this mom discovered, with a bag of toothbrushes and some basic electronics supplies, you can give a group of kids a fun introductory robotics experience—no prior robotics expertise necessary! Since the BristleBots robotics project…

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In this week's spotlight: a trio of chemistry science projects for fizzy, science fun. When you drop an Alka-Seltzer® tablet into water, a chemical reaction begins. What influences the rate of this reaction? Explore the role of temperature…

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Students conducting science projects at all levels can find resources and guidance at Science Buddies. Pictured above: Michael Shao at the 2013 Intel International Engineering and Science Fair Science Buddies for Every K-12…

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School and family science weekly spotlight: investigate the full moon illusion.

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Recent reports of laboratory-created rat kidneys provide hope for the future of bioengineered kidneys for those with kidney disease. Students can get involved in this hot area of biomedical technology and research with their own bioinformatics…

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Use colorful candies to explore science and math with kids!

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Science Buddies is an important tool for this middle school science teacher, providing support for hands-on student science fair projects and for curricular and extra-curricular planning.

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School and family science weekly spotlight: investigate how the size of a crater depends upon the size of the meteorite.

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If you knew more about sunscreen and UV rays, would you change your sun protection habits? By Kim Mullin Understanding Differences in Sunscreens With hands-on science projects, students can investigate differences in sunscreens and…

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As the team trains for a future Tour de France, Team Novo Nordisk is spreading awareness about Type 1 Diabetes with every ride.

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