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Science Doesn’t Sleep (8.12.08)
August 12, 2008 · Be The First To Comment

photo credit: Martin Pettitt So here’s what went down after you logged off. What gives jalapenos their kick? Fungus. Yum. Robots with skin? Japanese scientists have developed a stretchy, rubber covering for robots that allows them to detect heat and pressure. Elephants never forget – really. A new study has shown that herd matriarchs have […]

Science Labs and Outreach Programs
May 29, 2008 · 6 Comments

It is the end of the school year for us and it has been a very busy April and May. Chris and I finished our last science lab classes in April and now we are doing nonstop outreach programs! In Chris’ Biology Lab, she taught Fungus Among Us, where 5th-8th graders learn about molds, mushrooms & yeast with hands-on activities.  […]



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