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Ice cream science: Make a cool treat to beat the summer heat
June 12, 2015 · Be The First To Comment

It’s getting to that time of year when it’s so hot and yucky outside that everything cold is better. It’s also a time for telling kids about how, when you were their age, if you wanted ice cream you had to turn a crank until your arms fell off (presumably while walking uphill to school […]

Hands-on, brains on: Encourage and engage your students with HMNS Science Nights
February 28, 2014 · Be The First To Comment

We’ve heard the same story for years now: American students are falling behind in the sciences and becoming less competitive in the global workforce. But what can we do about it? It seems that teachers and parents can agree that this is, in fact, happening — but where we struggle is finding ways to close […]



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