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The scale of the universe can be difficult to comprehend. Pretend you are going to make a scale model with a basketball representing Earth and a tennis ball as the Moon. 558 more words
I can remember exactly two times when I felt engaged with my public school science education. In grade 9, my older sister rescued me from my teacher’s complex written explanations of radiation, conduction, and convection. 798 more words
It isn’t everyday Bill Nye the Science Guy graces your university campus, but when it happens, it’s AWESOME.
Bill Nye spoke to a sold out crowd Sunday evening about science, climate control and how students have the power to “Change the World!” At one point he even called up longtime friend Neil Tyson, and held up the mic to his phone so we could hear Neil speak – pretty neat! 67 more words
As I will be knee-deep in biology tutoring in the coming two weeks, I thought it would be a good time to bring back some older articles to the front for those of you who just joined us. 327 more words