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Polyimide Foam introduces students to sound and the properties of polyimide foam. They investigate the sound insulating properties of different...
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  • Middle School
Abiotic Conditions challenges students to lift an ice cube floating in water using only a piece of string and salt. This introduces students to the...
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Preparing for a Soft Landing introduces students to NASA's plans to return to the moon. Thinking and acting like scientists and engineers, students...
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  • K-2, 3-5, MS, HS
In this activity participants use colored filters to learn more about the electromagnetic spectrum to understand how the new camera on the Hubble...
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  • Science
  • K-2, 3-5, MS, HS
In this activity participants learn about light refraction and birefringence by viewing sculptures of transparent tape through polarized film.
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  • Middle School
Throwing a ball across a room is easy, but throwing air? That sounds like a bit more of a challenge! Air is a gas , a state of matter that expands to...
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  • MS, HS
On average, Americans annually consume more than 20 pounds of cheese per person. That is a lot of cheese, and it all comes from animal-based milk!...
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You’ve heard the plaintive meow of a cat and the guttural growl of a lion. Ever wonder why those two felines sound so different? Bioacoustics is the...