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SC7: Stem cells and ethics in tissue engineering

Written by Gad Sabbatier (Clerk), Hossein Riahinezhad (Chair), and Laura McKiel (Editor)

Two weeks ago, we watched a documentary “Supercells: from stem cells to artificial organ” about trachea transplantation to illustrate the topic of our weekly science club. 495 more words

Changing the world, three hours per week at a time

When the school schedules were released at the beginning of the semester, the school’s pedagogical director explained that I was only given three hours to allow me time to “learn the ways of Africa.” He constantly stressed that I could request more hours at any time, which, as evidenced by the fact that I am still teaching only three hours a week, has not exactly been proven true. 742 more words

Oxygen is Magnetic ?

Physics girl says “There are some things in life that make you feel the wonder of a child, and for me they’re often physics demonstration”

Fantastic Nature

Scientists in the Making

Story originally published on 10/19/16 on lakecentralnews.com.

On Saturday, Oct. 15, third and fourth graders from all Lake Central elementary schools gathered together for their common love of science. 451 more words


SC6: In vitro, in vivo, and in situ tissue engineering: pros and cons

Written by: Hossein Rhiahinezhad (Chair), Gad Sabbatier (Clerk), and Laura McKiel (editor)

Our last short science club addressed the expansive topic of tissue engineering strategies. Tissue engineering (TE) consists of multiple principles, techniques, and methods from engineering and life science to understand the relationships between structures and properties of normal and pathological tissues. 874 more words

Science club - Urinary system

Week Three – Urinary System

Arrival craft: Paper urinary system from Scholastic model book.

Introduction: Last week we looked at the digestive system. Closely connected to that is the urinary system. 368 more words

Frogotter Herself

Watch: Neil deGrasse Tyson Has a Critically Important Message for Americans



In a Facebook post on April 19, Neil deGrasse Tyson commanded the attention of his followers: “Dear Facebook Universe, I offer this four-minute video on ‘Science in America’ containing what may be the most important words I have ever spoken.” 70 more words