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National Science Foundation Aug 13
is the first television science series designed specifically for girls, ages 8-12, to inspire and empower them to consider careers in science, technology, engineering and math.
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National Science Foundation Aug 5
. —one of the first focused program for preschool aged viewers--is making an important difference by nurturing innovative thinking and the innate curiosity of our youngest citizens.
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National Science Foundation Aug 1
From Mr. Wizard to Ms. Frizzle to Peep: For generations children's television and informal learning supported by NSF have sparked a lifelong interest in science. Join us this month as we share stories of After School Science, all
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NSF Comp & Info Aug 13
The Challenge received over ten prototypes that help the workforce learn new skills to keep up with advances in technology! On August 30th the winning prototype will be announced. Stay tuned:
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National Science Foundation Aug 9
The app features hundreds of exciting videos & high-res photos from a dozen areas of science. Now available on all Android and iOS mobile platforms. Try it today!
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NSF Educ, Human Rscs Aug 7
Look who's on TV! NBC's KVOA News 4 featured students attending the University of Arizona program, who used their summer to design algorithms and address control aspects of autonomous vehicles. See the segment here:
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GT Federal Relations Aug 7
Thanks for your support & for your partnership.
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Ralph Pantozzi Aug 7
NJ 2018 Bruce Williams, Hedgepeth-Williams Middle School of the Arts Jill Becker, Conover Road Elementary School Michael Dunlea, Tabernacle Elementary School
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National Science Foundation Aug 6
Want to see research at ? Check our proposed panels and vote by Aug 23!
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National Science Foundation Aug 6
Replying to @TeamFoldscope
Make the world a little smaller with a paper microscope from . Created by an researcher, these easy to use devices can give you a deeper look at the world around you
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National Science Foundation Aug 6
Get quality on and off-screen time with public television shows. Check out the websites of , , and for episodes, online games and activities and experiments to try offline
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National Science Foundation Aug 6
Need some ideas for focused kids activities to get you through the rest of summer? Our STEM Bucket List has you covered. Here are some highlights
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NSF Biology Aug 5
WANTED: Neurotech developer & engineer toolmakers already funded by to share new, collaborative tools at satellite event at mtg in Chicago. Deadline for submissions: Aug. 26 More info: Credit: Jonathan Lee, Duke University
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NSF Educ, Human Rscs Aug 2
If you were there, what was your favorite part?
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NSF Educ, Human Rscs Jul 30
2002 Winner AZ MESA hosted the 2019 MESA USA National Engineering Design Competition. Chaparral Middle School of NM MESA took first place at the middle school level for the 2nd year in a row! Learn more about the winners:
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National Science Board Jul 17
The 463rd is underway. You can view the webcast at the below link.
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NSF Educ, Human Rscs Jul 15
Secrets of the Universe wows attendees at its Smithsonian premiere in Washington, D.C. For more showings, check the website: Image Credit: Christopher Jason Studios
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NSF Educ, Human Rscs Jul 15
At the premiere of the big-screen, 3D film Secrets of the Universe, Director France Córdova engages guests with thoughts about how film promotes greater science literacy. Photo Credit: Christopher Jason Studios
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National Science Board Jul 15
The 2020 & award nominations are open. The deadline is September 27th, 2019. Here are some moments from this year's Awards Gala. Click here for information:
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NSF Math & Phys Sci Jul 9
Tomorrow, the film "Secrets of the Universe" launches at !! From the tiniest particles to the collisions of black holes, the film tells the story of humanity's hunt to answer the most fundamental questions about the universe:
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