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Log in to add favorite November 27, 2013 10:04 AM

During the holiday season, pies are front-and-center on the dessert menu. Become the pie-baking champion in your family with this tasty experiment. By Kim Mullin Turning Family Baking into Family Science In the "Perfecting Pastries"…

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Potatoes make a great side dish, but they also make great subjects for hands-on science! Food chemistry, plant biology, and even basic electronics are all on the menu when you experiment with potatoes. By Kim Mullin What is your favorite food…

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School and family science weekly spotlight: detecting the presence of iodine in salt by looking for a visible chemical reaction.

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School and family science weekly spotlight: the science of individual stride and walking measurements.

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In honor of World Diabetes Day, we review a compelling autobiography by Phil Southerland, founder of Team Novo Nordisk. Phil didn't start out to change the world's view of diabetes or inspire others with diabetes, but his path on one bike after another led him to exactly that.

Log in to add favorite November 8, 2013 9:00 AM

With its broad spectrum of free scientist-authored projects for K-12 students, Science Buddies wants ALL students to have a great science project experience—girls and boys. For teachers and parents looking for ways to engage girls in science,…

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School and family science weekly spotlight: does camouflage make a difference when it comes to a predator finding its prey?

Log in to add favorite November 5, 2013 11:22 AM

Volunteer to make dessert for your next family event, and you can combine making a tasty contribution for after dinner with a kitchen science exploration!

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Free science fair projects.