This artist’s rendition depicts NASA’s Mars 2020 rover studying its surroundings. Mars 2020 is targeted for launch in July or August 2020 from the Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida. Photo Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech NASA has a class assignment for corporations, nonprofits and educational organizations involved in science and space exploration: partner with the agency to inspire future engineers and…
Category Archives: Science Blog
TRUTH TUESDAYS Truth Tuesdays: There is a school in the Philippines made entirely of recycled soda bottles. An environmental group in the Philippines has developed a new and innovative way to create larger and cheaper school classrooms while remaining environmentally friendly. My Shelter Foundation has helped build rooms using recycled plastic and glass bottles in the northern Philippine province of…
TRUTH TUESDAYS Truth Tuesdays: The largest high school in America is in Illinois and holds 8,000 students. Photo by Caleb Woods on Unsplash
Here’s how a clam can hide within a rock Old boring clam research has been upended after 82 years. NHOBGOOD/WIKIMEDIA COMMONS (CC BY-SA 3.0) / Article by SUSAN MILIUS Click here to read the full story.
Aug 6th Camp – Grossology & Mission to Mars Click here to see our facebook event
Asteroids may have delivered water to early Earth An asteroid impact can create glass and melted rock, which can trap water vapor. The finding boosts the idea that asteroids brought water to the early Earth. ZLOVE/ISTOCKPHOTO / Article by LISA GROSSMAN Click here to read the full story.
What’s Up Doc & Survive and Thrive Click here to see our facebook event
Science may help keep a ballerina on her toes. MAVKATE/ISTOCKPHOTO / Article by BETHANY BROOKSHIRE These are a ballerina’s pointe shoes. A dancer will go through many pairs, but one teen used a science fair project to figure out how to save money — and a lot of shoes. Click here to read the full story.
Survive and Thrive Program is our Spotlight of the Week
Endeavor Charter School is our Spotlight School of the Week