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Summer STEM At-Home!

Engage your kids' minds throughout the summer with these FUN weekly at-home STEM projects! 
Making rock candy is really easy and lots of fun for kids. This activity is a beautiful science experiment and a yummy treat all in one. Check on jars each day to see if the rock crystals have grown. Follow this easy tutorial to conduct your own rock candy experiment!
What you need:
  • 2-3 cups of sugar
  • 1 cup of water
  • Skewers
  • A jar or glass
  • A large saucepan
  • Clothespins

Try This Experiment at Home!

Science Show- Strange Evidence

Strange Evidence scans the archives of 300 million CCTV cameras around the world to investigate some of the strangest mysteries caught on tape. A team of experts study footage that defies explanation to find out the science behind some of the weirdest images ever recorded.
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Join our Partners over at PocketLab on August 5th!

ScIC "Science is Cool" invites STEM educators from around the world to a globally attended event dedicated to Open Educational Resources (OER). We will explore this and other free to low-cost tools and resources that empower you to shape lesson plans according to your teaching style and classroom needs. Join STEM educators from around the world to hear from experts on how these incredible resources can make an impact in your classroom.
Register to watch these fun and resource-filled presentations from:

Kari Byron from Discovery Channel's Mythbusters

Justin Shaifer, aka Mr. Fascinate

The International Space Station US National Lab

Tricia Shelton with the National Science Teaching Association

Karen Stevens from Carolina Biological's Young Innovators

Matt Blackman, Universe & More and New Jersey HS Physics Teacher
and MORE! 
Register Here!

New Social Media From Diversity Comm

DiversityComm's social media platforms for their five diversity-focused publications, Black EOE Journal, HISPANIC Network Magazine, Professional WOMAN’s Magazine, Diversity in STEAM Magazine and DIVERSEability Magazine have changed. All five publications are now under the DiversityComm umbrella. Check out their new social media accounts!

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hear from Marie-Liis!

Marie-Liis is an astrophysicist from Estonia. With her background in physics, Marie earned her master's degree in space sciences in Belgium. Following her master's, she carried out astrophysics research at the European Space Agency - ESA (Netherlands). She was based in the Gaia space mission's group for two years, where she researched micrometeoroids. Next, Marie will be doing her PhD degree at the European Southern Observatory in Germany.

Marie loves to bring space exploration closer to a general audience, and she explains complex topics about space in digestible posts. She also shares her journey in science, and tips for students online. 
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