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Apr. 09, 2015

Can You Explain The Sun?

By Ariel Zych

For this science club, we want you to explain something to us, something BIG…

sun, heliophysics, astronomy, evidence, explanation, common core, solar, wind, space, photosynthesis, skin cancer

Apr. 01, 2015

A 20-Year Dive Into Climate Change History

By Ariel Zych

Have scientists always agreed on the impacts of climate change? Act like an investigative reporter by sifting through expert interviews and reports on extreme weather and climate change.

climate, weather, climate change, NGSS, CCSS, IPCC, history, consensus, opinion

Oct. 24, 2014

#ObserveEverything Reflection

By Science Friday Education

Experience the Science Club's #ObserveEverything project.

spiders, behavior, acoustic, bioacoustic, sound, analysis, spectrogram, frequency

Oct. 16, 2014

#ObserveEverything: Staff Picks, Week #3

By Ariel Zych

A class keeps tabs on fruit decomposition, someone spies mystery in a lake, and a hiker sits down with an ant.

leaves, science club, citizen science

Oct. 09, 2014

#ObserveEverything: Staff Picks, Week #2

By Charles Bergquist

A celestial event, citizen science, and a variety of natural wonders drew observations in week 2 of Science Friday's Science Club.

lunar, eclipse, citizen science, science club, observation, scientific method

Oct. 03, 2014

#ObserveEverything: Staff Picks, Week #1

By Charles Bergquist

We observe: you're amazing! Staff picks from the first week of Science Club's #ObserveEverything

science club, observation, bugs, laser, clouds, gall, leaves, rotifer, microbiology

Sep. 26, 2014

Science Club #ObserveEverything

By Science Friday Education

Go out and observe something interesting! Submit your in-depth observations with the hashtag #ObserveEverything.

observation, experimentation, watch, look, science skills, scientist, job, vocational,

Aug. 07, 2014

Create a Disease Map

By Ariel Zych

Map the spread of tick and mosquito-borne illnesses in the United States using real data.




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