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Sacred Heart Halifax 1m
Thank you to Dr. Katharina Kieser, Associate Professor & Division Head, Gynaecologic Oncology at for talking to our Grade 12 Biology students about cervical cancers, STI, and sexual health.
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Generation Success 2m
Have you ever been interested in STEM? Would you like to pursue it as a career? Well, in continuation from our campaign, we're hosting a STEM Fair on 5th November!! 🤖 Register now at:
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Amy King (She/Her) 2m
GlamSci is now taking bookings for bespoke events for all key stages, check out for more details & to make a booking!
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Glen Gilmore 10h
One of the best animations by helps us to understand the speed of light 💡 Source: via
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amym Oct 24
Wrapping up a busy week with some coding fun! The kids loved it!@FoxKISD
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Edurific Oct 24
Robotics lessons can prove to be a lifelong investment for 21st-century students. Here are some tips for beginners:
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Tom Hall ☘ 16h
🧲 Ferro Fluid [sound up] 🧲 via on tiktok
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Daphne McMenemy Oct 22
We’ve been learning about the needs of living things in grade one science. Lucky for us, Mr. Hopper found his way right onto our playground and brought the entire unit to life in under 10min for a very excited group of 5 & 6 year olds! 🐸🌳🍂
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STEM Early College NCAT Oct 23
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Raytheon Missiles & Defense Oct 22
⚗ Use refraction science to create an invisible beaker in this fun experiment from Lucian, an 8-year-old scientist:
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Found in Yonkers Oct 24
Do with Local Governments-Request for Proposals Bergen, Fairfield, Rockland and Westchester Counties
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Scholarships360 Oct 22
students, we have you covered! Check out this list of worth from $500 to $250,000 (Yea, that's right!) just for you!
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Erudite 23m
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asheames Oct 22
Love it that my 5 year old's curiosity drives her to ask questions and experiment.
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dailySTEM (Chris Woods) 21h
Hey kids...What do you notice? What do you wonder? 📦📦📦
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Matt Jones Oct 23
So much third grade fun today! Coding in person and observing our frogs with the remote students!
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yAy Student Oct 20
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TechBloq Oct 23
KS3 students conducted an investigation to observe if common household substances were acids or alkali. Students were able to analyse results to determine the pH of these substances using a pH chart and determine the degree of acidity and alkalinity
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Little STEM Academy Oct 25
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Sarah Rivera✨ Oct 24
My BFF is seriously the best and this is an incredible experience for these kids!
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