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By MichelleAllan A really very important element of the human body. Mostly covered by every biology subject department all around the globe.
The nucleus is composed of various... Read more
By Laura Hospitál Many thanks to Kristen Chauncey for sharing this technique with us. We co-taught the students working on this project.
Kyle and Howard tested the "bounciness" of 3... Read more
By Laura Hospitál In this science project, a student chose to test students' ability to hear sound in different ranges of pitch.
What group of frequencies do teenagers hear... Read more
By Laura Hospitál
In this experiment water moves by capillary action "up" a paper towel from a cup to a bowl. The procedure is taken from 730 Easy Science Experiments with Everyday... Read more
By Laura Hospitál
Does gender affect a person’s ability to learn a beatbox noise?
I changed the different people and gender to test.
Dependent... Read more
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By Diane Brauner The STEM Career Showcase for Students with Disabilities is an annual educational event where attendees meet role models with disabilities who have thriving careers in STEM fields. The 2017 STEM Career Showcase featured Dr. Temple Grandin as the keynote speaker. Students will also meet other professionals in... read more
Researchers Margilee Hilson, Sally Hobson, and Tiffany Wild present information about their study of science camps for... read more
North Dakota Vision Services/School for the Blind (NDVS-SB) has created a video about a new tactile resource from NASA... read more
This app was developed by 7th grade student Hari Bhimaraju of Cupertino, California. It is designed to help people who are... read more
In this video, Dr. Cary Supalo explains the Sci-Voice Talking LabQuest and demonstrates some experiments that can be done... read more