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"Every known fact in natural science was divined by the presentiment of somebody, before it was actaully verified." - Ralph Waldo Emerson
This teacher wants to excite yoiur inner scientist.
NPR report about a dynamic teacher inspiring young minds about science.
Video on Vimeo about Color Science.
The MIT Media Lab produced this “Biologic” video to showcase "living cells as nanoactuators that react to body temperature and humidity change.” You will not be surprised that the producers of the
video extend “special thanks” to Neri Oxman in the credits.
3-D Printers Give Us a New Way to Think
"Doctors have long used MRIs and CT scans to help visualize tumors, of course. But when the visualization is physical, it has a haptic impact that screens do not."
A Fight for the Soul of Science
"String theory, the multiverse and other ideas of modern physics are potentially untestable. At a historic meeting in Munich, scientists and philosophers asked: should we trust them anyway?"
Seven Brief Lesson on Physics
Carlo Rovelli’s “Seven Brief Lessons on Physics” is, according to The Economist, “a startling and illustrative distillation of centuries of science” in just 96 pages.
Does A Scientist Have to Be Good At Math?
The short answer is “It can’t hurt.” The physical sciences, such as Physics, Astronomy, Chemistry, all require a great deal of math to master. That is often why these disciplines are referred to as the “hard sciences.”
AAA Science Topics and Key Ideas
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Curriculum Bridges Biology, Chemistry Basics to Prepare Students for High School
A third of states—and many individual districts—have now adopted the Next Generation Science Standards, which emphasize scientific inquiry and link broad concepts across the science fields. But many teachers are saying they still have few instructional resources to help them bring the new benchmarks to their classrooms.