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  • Washington Post Interns class of 2020
    The Washington Post intern class of 2020 is one like no other, because 2020 is a year like no other. In the fall of 2019, we chose a group of 29 outstanding students from all across the country. They ...
    06/5/2020 - 3:07 am | View Link
  • 12 Important Moments in the History of Climate Action: In Photos
    Climate activism has built unprecedented global momentum in recent years, but it's building on a long history that came before.
    06/5/2020 - 1:43 am | View Link
  • Hydropower Market: What are the Key Factors That Would Drive Global Industry Growth by 2024?
    Selbyville, Delaware – According to Global Market Insights, Mini-hydropower market is also gaining traction of ...
    06/4/2020 - 10:11 pm | View Link
  • Depression can hit science undergrads hard: What to do about it
    A recent study explored depression among undergraduates doing scientific research. Half of students sampled nationally from public Research I institutions consider leaving their undergraduate research ...
    06/4/2020 - 6:21 pm | View Link
  • Mangroves threatened by sea level rise
    Mangrove ecosystems may cease to function if greenhouse gas emissions aren't reduced, according to a new study published in the journal Science.
    06/4/2020 - 12:28 pm | View Link
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  • The Science Behind Yeast and How It Makes Bread Rise
    Yeast — whether from packets, jars, or cakes sold at stores, or even from a starter you’ve prepared at home — is essential to bread making. And yes, it is alive, even if it is sold dried. Yeasts are small, single-celled organisms that feed off of simple sugars, breaking them down into carbon dioxide, alcohol (ethanol, specifically), flavor molecules, and energy. The process is referred ...
    06/1/2020 - 5:28 am | View Website
  • Lessons in Sea-Level Rise Activity | NASA/JPL Edu
    However, the global average of 3 millimeters of sea level rise per year is increasing and the rate that it’s increasing is speeding up. That means that sea level is rising, and it’s rising faster and faster.
    06/1/2020 - 2:07 am | View Website
  • Primary School Science Programme
    Switched on Science provides lots of fantastic lesson ideas, full of practical activities, that can easily be adapted (if needed) to meet the needs of each class. It is easy to use, even for the non-specialist, and simply makes the planning and teaching of science a breeze.
    06/1/2020 - 12:34 am | View Website
  • Science Rising
    Science Rising is built upon the energy of our partners and friends. Submit an online activity or event today! To learn more about what types of events and activities qualify for Science Rising and ideas to help get you started, check out our FAQ page and extensive list of resources. At this time, we are no longer accepting submissions for in-person events or activities.
    05/31/2020 - 10:18 pm | View Website
  • Helium Rising | Science project | Education.com
    Before starting, take a picture of your balloons. Place one helium balloon in your freezer.Leave the other at room temperature. The room temperature balloon is your... After twenty minutes, take the balloon out of the freezer.Working very quickly, take a picture of the frozen balloon and... Release ...
    05/29/2020 - 2:11 am | View Website
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