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For teachers looking to teach science in interesting ways, the resources have not always been available. With OpenSciEd, however, teachers have access to open source science education materials that focus on the fun parts of science rather than memorization. The … Continue reading
Hands-On Labs, a service that provides digital content and lab-grade materials kits, has been awarded the 2020 Education Innovation of the Year award in the international Cloud Computing Awards. You can read more about this here!
They’ve already reached their funding goal many times over, but fans of genetics might want to check out Genotype: A Mendelian Genetics Game currently funding on Kickstarter to get a copy of it! It’s a board game for 1-5 players … Continue reading
Back in January 2018, we talked about Valor volume 2, which was funding on Kickstarter at that time. Volume 3, the final book in this comics anthology trilogy, is already funded on Kickstarter. But if “adapted, re-imagined, or invented fairy tales” … Continue reading
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
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
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
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
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