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Dr. Kathleen Chesmel 22h
50th anniversary of Apollo 11. Science teacher friends in DC for STEM training .
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Glan-Y-Môr Art Jul 17
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Matthew Rose 10h
Dutch Company Reveals An Electric Car That Charges Itself With Sunlight -
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Holly McCaw Jul 15
Science and communication meet at We need to tell the stories!!
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LB Greenwave Basketball Jul 17
Thanks Coach Blake for speaking to our kids about balancing the classroom and the court. His program is running a great STEM program that any student interested in science should join!
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Sarah Tyler Jul 11
Kinley had a great time at science camp this week! 🧪
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urshirtingme Jul 16
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Ben Leber May 13
Loved Bill as a kid and still do!
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Penny & Me 21h
..... A natural phenomenon that’s almost inconceivable when you try to imagine the forces required to make it happen. 🤓
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MissPalazzolo May 10
Yesterday at the Guelph Science Olympiad, we witnessed an unofficial Guinness World Record of amount of "elephant toothpaste" produced!! 10L of KI catalyst was used, with about 3 bottles of liquid soap, and about 52L of hydrogen peroxide. 🤯
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Sonali Prasad Jul 17
Princess is a glaciologist. Show this to your kids and tell them you're an inspiration!
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Tracy McGarry Jul 16
made amazing bottle tornadoes today. This week’s theme? Fun with weather!
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HolyFamilyYear1 Jul 15
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ScienceHook Jul 14
Sacrifice for the sake of science! 😊 Prof. Walter Lewin demonstrating an experiment to show the conservation of angular momentum
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Zachary Soto Jul 12
Chevron Science Camp another year in the books!!! This is why I love working in education 😎🤙🏾
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Elisa Raffa Jul 11
After a month of vacations, work trips, & holidays... it feels GREAT to be back at my second gig, volunteering in the STEM Education office! ⚡️🌪☔️🤓👩🏽‍🔬👩🏽‍🏫
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Melissa Lau Jul 9
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NWS Kansas City Jul 3
Do you ever wonder how fireworks get their coloring? Different elements and compounds result in colors that span the rainbow and beyond!
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Laura Medina Puche Jun 17
Eilon Shani just opened a new window to overcome gene redundancy with the CRISPys tool
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Lori Fini 🙄 Jun 12
I’m with you. There used to be iron lung wards and science has made us not worry about getting polio. Also, measles, tetanus, diphtheria, whooping cough...well until now
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