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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 Apr 18
Bring "Real World" Science & Engineering Practices Into Your Classrooms
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MSSEF Apr 16
Can your science project be replicated? Many judges will look through your notebook to see if the details and procedures in your notebook are clear enough to allow another scientist to...
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MSSEF Apr 12
An "explosion of new technology" makes it much easier for visually impaired students to study science the way some educators say it’s best learned: by doing hands-on...
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MSSEF Apr 8
Are you prepared for the questions your judges will be asking you? Read this "Judges Secrets" Blog:
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MSSEF Mar 16
Congratulations to this year's Society for Science & the Public Regeneron Science Talent Search winners, who...
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MSSEF Mar 13
Complex science projects sometimes seem like they’ve been created by super-geniuses. But that’s not true! Many...
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MSSEF Mar 6
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MSSEF Mar 6
Astronaut Scott Kelly, who spent a year in space, talked with Megyn Kelly on her "Today" show this morning about...
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MSSEF Feb 25
We're finishing up the celebration of Engineer's Week by learning what some of MSSEF's engineering project...
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MSSEF Feb 22
We're celebrating Engineer's Week by learning what some of MSSEF's engineering project students have done after...
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MSSEF Feb 19
We'll be celebrating Engineer's Week all this week with highlights and stories from past MSSEF winners who have...
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MSSEF Feb 3
How can you help to motivate middle and high school students towards a career in STEM? You can invest a few hours...
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MSSEF Feb 3
How can you help to motivate middle and high school students towards a career in STEM? You can invest a few...
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MSSEF Feb 1
Why would you work really hard on a science project? Former Science Talent Search finalist, Thomas Colburn...
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Kelli Wells Jan 31
A12: Give students real work and real projects. Students are looking for challenges – and are more up to the task than we can assume.
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MSSEF Jan 23
40 Finalists were named yesterday, to the prestigious Regeneron Science Talent Search. We're extremely pleased...
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MSSEF Jan 10
Calling All MSSEF Alumni! We would like to hear your news! Please consider taking this short survey and tell us...
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MSSEF Jan 9
300 students were named today, as Scholars in the Regeneron Science Talent Search. Included in the list were...
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MSSEF Jan 6
Are students doing enough background research to really understand their projects? Check out the MSSEF Blog post...
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MSSEF Dec 31
Are you in middle school? Do you know what career you want to be in 30 years from now? The Society for Science...
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