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Log in to add favorite Overflow Menu April 30, 2014 6:30 AM
Students interested in projects involving food science, bacteria, microbiology, plants, and the effectiveness of different medicines may want to learn more about biochemistry as a possible science career path. Biochemists work on a wide range of exciting projects involving chemical processes that happen within living organisms.
Log in to add favorite Overflow Menu April 29, 2014 9:00 AM
Symantec employees in multiple locations put a set of Science Buddies Project Ideas to a hands-on test. This team meeting may have felt like a day at school, but by working together to build and test simple motors and shake-it-up energy sources,…
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School and family science weekly spotlight: adding salt to the process of making ice cream.
Log in to add favorite Overflow Menu April 23, 2014 8:29 AM
Whether you explore strawberries, onions, the mighty Tyrannosaurus rex, or the ways in which certain family traits are evident in your family, make time to talk about and experiment with DNA-related science. Students of all ages should know their A's, T's, G's, and C's. With a fun science kit from Bio-Rad Laboratories, they might even wear their own DNA around their neck!
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Bunnies and chicks remind us that spring is here! No matter what sort of animals you have in your household, Science Buddies has a menagerie of Project Ideas for you to try. By Kim Mullin Learning from Your Pet Your pet may be a big…
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We put the Ping Pong Catapult to use with a bag of plastic eggs for some high-flying family physics fun!
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School and family science weekly spotlight: explore the strength of arches using eggshells.
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From creating systems to desalinate water using solar energy to growing rooftop gardens to increase food supply and regulate building temperature, environmental engineers tackle all kinds of problems and innovate new solutions to help create a more…
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A few year ago, Laura did a science project on bacteria and water bottles. Today, she is a finalist in a global challenge and encouraging other girls to get excited about STEM!
Log in to add favorite Overflow Menu April 15, 2014 10:00 AM
A first-grade student's kitchen chemistry experiment reveals why certain gelatin and fruit combinations might appear at a potluck or picnic and not others.
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