SfS at TouchTommorrow Event at WPI

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Crushing your CFO on a bed of nails?! Now that’s certainly a way to put the pressure on! What’s the physics principle behind this? Remember that Pressure = Force / Area. One nail would have “popped” Dr. Griffin but she is safely resting on a larger area created by multiple nails and only feeling a [...]
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The Boston Foundation Awards Grant to SfS

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“Science from Scientists has been awarded a grant of $15,000 by the Boston Foundation,” Dr. Erika Ebbel Angle, Founder and Executive Chairman of Science from Scientists, said today.   According to Dr. Angle, the grant will be used to expand Science from Scientists’ award-winning In-School [...]
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Science Theater at Thomas Carroll Elementary in Peabody

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Scientists shared a Science Theater show with students at the Thomas Carroll Elementary School in Peabody, including these bubbling cylinders! Check out our facebook page to see pictures of the event.
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Science Saturdays in Lawrence MA

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Science from Scientists & 5th grade students from the Parthum and Tarbox Schools explore STEM in this 2-day intensive learning session filled with hands on activities, experiments, investigations and fun in preparation for the MCAS! Check out more photos from this event on our facebook page.

SfS at the Cambridge Science Festival during April Vacation

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Scientists from Science from Scientists will be participating in multiple events during the Cambridge Science Festival which is being held during April vacation. Stop by the Cambridge Public Library  for the Science Carnival and Robot Zoo on Saturday April 19 from 12:00 to 4:00 pm and visit the [...]
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Scientists Present “Science Thrills Live” at Epcot

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To celebrate National Engineers Week at Walt Disney World, aerospace and defense contractor Raytheon is hosting a science theater production for children this week. The “Science Thrills Live” show is produced by Science from Scientists, a non-profit organization whose goal is to improve science and [...]
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Scientists Celebrate Girl Day at Patriot Place

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At Patriot Place, with seats filled by students and chaperones from all over Massachusetts, [New England Patriots cheerleader Alyssa] Caddle and representatives of the engineering company Raytheon and Science from Scientists performed interactive experiments, like making “elephant toothpaste” (a [...]

SfS! at Boston’s Parks Winter ParkSCIENCE Festival

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On February 20, our Executive Director and two of our Instructors were at Boston Parks Department’s Winter ParkSCIENCE Festival at the Franklin Park Clubhouse. Hear about the science behind camouflage and pressure presented via fun table-top activities for children and families. Fox 25 Live [...]
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Seeing the invisible

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Ever notice the wavy heat haze over a road on a hot summer day, or coming out of an exhaust pipe? That’s a result of light passing through the warm air differently than the cooler around it, called refraction. Although we don’t usually notice this phenomenon unless there’s a large temperature [...]
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Snowflake Science

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Are snowflakes really unique? (more…)
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