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Advancing STEM education and increasing participation in inquiry-based learning through the development of science and engineering projects by students.
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MSSEF Feb 19
A new study out says “If teachers enjoy teaching and really are enthusiastic, this is contagious.” Read more:...
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MSSEF Feb 13
Should science fair students be expected to read scientific papers and articles? Our recent Blog piece on...
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MSSEF Feb 9
"Don't be afraid to make mistakes. Keep trying — failures help you find the right path," says Nathan Deng, a top...
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MSSEF Feb 5
Are your students do enough background research to really understand their projects? Check out our new Blog post...
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MSSEF Jan 31
Want to convince more girls to get interested in STEM? Take them to see Hidden Figures:...
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MSSEF Jan 29
A 13-year-old designed a better shape for the home microwave oven and won $25,000 in the Broadcom M.A.S.T.E.R.S....
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MSSEF Jan 22
Anarghya Vardhana, a science fair winner who got into virtual reality by throwing stuff at her sister, was...
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MSSEF Jan 18
Just a reminder that “SEFOS” - MSSEF’s online registration system is open for all HIGH SCHOOL students who plan...
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MSSEF Jan 9
Congratulations to the 300 high school seniors who were selected as Regeneron Science Talent Search...
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MSSEF Jan 6
Did you know MSSEF gives out two Patent Awards each year - which pays for all the legal expenses to patent your...
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MSSEF Jan 4
Did you figure out the answer to yesterday’s brainteaser… what makes this number unique -- 8,549,176,320? The...
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MSSEF Jan 3
Science fair contestants are always being told to think beyond the obvious to explain what happened with their...
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MSSEF Dec 30
For students in the 6th, 7th or 8th grade, here’s some great information from the Broadcom...
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MSSEF Dec 21
The Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) became law in 2015, and calls for all students to have access to a...
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MSSEF Dec 18
Did you know that Star Trek predicted the future of technology? 50 years ago when the TV show first went on the...
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MSSEF Dec 15
How can a student have a failed experiment and still win an award at the science fair? Here's one student's...
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MSSEF Dec 10
Looking for science project resources? Two great places to start are the Society for Science & the Public Science...
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MSSEF Dec 4
Anyone can be a scientist — if they are willing to work hard....
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MSSEF Dec 1
Getting selected for national competitions gives students other opportunities besides just participating in the...
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MSSEF Nov 27
Last month, we reported how MSSEF alumni and ISEF finalist, Aarushi Pendhakar was invited by Society for Science...
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