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Awesome Finds: An Ancient Celtic Tree Burial

Archaeologists in Zurich, Switzerland, found the 2,200-year-old remains of a Celtic woman who was buried in a tree. The burial was from roughly the first century B.C., and the woman may have been part of a Celtic community in Switzerland … Continue reading

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Awesome Finds: A Couple of Cool Comic Book Projects

There are a couple of cool comic book projects we’ve got our eyes on at Kickstarter right now! The first is for the first issue of Changa and the Jade Obelisk. This comic book is based on Milton J. Davis’s Changa’s … Continue reading

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Unbelievable Creatures!

Our planet is home to all sorts of creatures that seem fantastical or like they’ve come straight out of science fiction. This article includes a list of seventeen of the most amazing critters. Some are quite small, like the tardigrade, … Continue reading

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The Tiniest of Gingerbread Houses, through Science!

Gingerbread houses are hard to make and decorate. But a gingerbread house that’s about 20,000 times smaller than a normal one, or one-tenth the width of a human hair? That sounds like a real challenge! A scientist at McMaster University … Continue reading

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Awesome Finds: Science Fact of the Day

If you’re looking for a collection of science facts, check out these archived Science Facts of the Day. Though this project seems to have ended in 2012, there’s still a ton of great information included here that could be used … Continue reading

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Cool Facts about the Moon

It’s a full moon tonight, so it seems like the perfect time to share some science facts about the moon! You can also read about the lunar effect, or the impact that the moon has on humans and animals (spoiler … Continue reading

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Computer Science Education Week

Next week, December 9-15, 2019, is Computer Science Education Week. The website provides example one-hour coding lessons for pre-readers through high school levels of kids. Many of the projects involve popular characters from TV and movies, which makes the lessons … Continue reading

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Science Experiment Subscription Service

If you’re shopping for a budding mad scientist, check out MEL Chemistry, which is a subscription kit service that provides science experiments for kids. The kit and experiments are geared toward kids in the 9 to 14 age range, and … Continue reading

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Fun Thanksgiving Experiments!

With American Thanksgiving coming up, you may find yourself in need of ways to entertain kids, whether they’re your own, those of a family member, or those of a friend. We’re posting links to a few different sets of Thanksgiving … Continue reading

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What Fields Have Fictional Mad Scientists Dominated Over the Years?

Have you ever wondered what fields mad scientists in fiction have dominated? Look no further than this super cool chart and article at io9, which breaks down the fields of science studied by mad scientists in fiction and media over … Continue reading

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