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Birds come next. Discover | Eight-year-old children publish bee study in Royal Society journal Their paper, based on fieldwork carried out in a local churchyard, describes how bumblebees can learn which flowers to forage from with more flexibility than anyone … Continue reading →
Some explosion in DIY Science activity in the last few weeks. So, any interest in making these for sciences other than biology? Anyway, How To Write A Science Article: Wired Science | DIY Biotech Hacker Space Opens in NYC “If … Continue reading →
Neil deGrasse Tyson: “Get out of the way! And get out of the way as a minimum. As a maximum, further stimulate curiosity by surrounding kids with things that they can explore on their own.”
In Not Fit For Television, Dr. Petra recounts her experience repeatedly declining a gig as TV Subject Matter Expert, only to be told by the show’s producers that they wanted her because “I was ‘televisual’ (wow, lucky me), I was … Continue reading →
Please support my efforts in the Science Bloggers for Students challenge, a friendly month-long competition (10/10/10 through 11/9/10) between science blogs to see which can do the most to help low-income classrooms on DonorsChoose.org. Pick a Science, Technology, Engineering & … Continue reading →
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