A Day of Science Fun Created by a Teenage Girl

A day of science fun created by a teenage girl was enjoyed by female elementary students, who were happy to have an opportunity to really enjoy science activities and find out more about science in general. 15 year old Jacqueline Means created the STEM event known as...

Best 5 Science Projects for Kids on Climate Change

Whether or not you believe in climate change or global warming, the most massive government report to date says otherwise so here are the Best 5 Science Projects for Kids on Climate Change to help them determine for themselves whether climate change is real, what...

Fourth Graders are Collecting Data on Wildlife Bridges

Thanks to a  $2,250 Arizona Game and Fish heritage grant, fourth graders are collecting data on wildlife bridges with rugged trail cameras equipped with heat and motion sensors. The cameras were placed by the Coalition for Sonoran Desert Conservation adjacent to a...

Nuclear Science Week

During Nuclear Science Week, students are exploring the elements, atoms, protons and neutrons, thanks to USC Aiken’s Ruth Patrick Science Education Center. Students from Paul Knox Middle School in North Augusta, South Carolina, visited the center, and created a three...