'Unfortunately, most schools are not well-prepared to deal with the onslaught of misinformation.'
Life in the lab: Young Scientists Academy shows students how to research and test
This summer five area rising seniors are spending a good chunk of their final summer as high school students inside a science laboratory.
Survey shows nearly half of students distracted by technology
A recent study analyzed the perspectives of both students and instructors in regards to use of technology in the classroom setting.
DSU’s CybHER program sends 15 young women to science camp in Florida
The second annual Rocket Girls camp kicked off Wednesday at the Kennedy Space Center in Florida. Fifteen young women from the area interested in cyber
Geek Squad Academy teaches students about technology
According to the Department of Labor, over 80% of jobs will use technology by 2020.
TransPerfect’s GlobalLink OneLink Technology Helps BALR. Boost Online Sales By 88%
TransPerfect, the world’s largest provider of language and technology solutions for global business, today formally announced that it was retained by
ACOM holds three-day youth science camp
ACOM holds three-day youth science camp Dothan First
DOTHAN, Ala. (WDHN) — ACOM hosted its first day of science camp for youth students to learn about science and healthcare through hands-on activities.
Camp fosters young people’s interest in science, technology and more
Kids at this week’s Young Scientist Academy have learned about the weather and climate change. They also got a lesson in perseverance.
Richland Technology students win big at national conference
Some Richland Technology students are now national champions after competing in the National TSA Conference in Washington, D. C. Richland took 10 students to compete at the national conference and those students placed in the top 10 in six events that included Extemporaneous Speech, Mass Production, Medical Technology, Problem Solving, Biotechnology Design and Promotional Marketing.
Bishop Heelan High School hosting Summer Science Camp this week
Students in the 6th through 8th grades will be able to attend to learn about chemistry, anatomy, and other areas of science.
Connecticut Science Center: Where learning is fun and serious business, too
Born into the teeth of a rip-roaring recession, the Connecticut Science Center is now a mature, fiscally sound institution that many see as emblematic of the …
MERIT Academy helps students hooked on science advance their education
MERIT Academy helps students hooked on science advance their education WBAL TV Baltimore
It’s National Summer Learning Week, and while it may be difficult to get most teenagers out of bed, some Baltimore City students are jumping at the chance to …
Amplify Science is the new “core” curriculum in NYC middle schools. Here’s what teachers and others are saying about it.
Amplify represents a departure from New York City’s previous recommended options: Harcourt’s textbook-based program and Foss science kits, which have hands-on activities.
Camp Engages Students In The Fun Of Science
This week, 45 seventh, eighth, and ninth graders have been learning about forensics and crime scene investigation at the 18th annual Lawrence Brothers Science Camp at USD. During the six
Academy Brings Marine Science to Students
Academy Brings Marine Science to Students Coastal Review Online
During the Brad Sneeden Marine Science Academy last week, rising seventh through ninth graders joined in dissections, took behind-the-scenes tours and …
PARIS, TN: Students spellbound by sensational science | Local News
Professor Greybeard (right), also known as John Wicks, shows Sophie Staggs (left) and Aubry McMasters (center) how centrifugal force affects gravity using a Hoberman sphere. Greybeard, who works with Mr.
Flemish high-school students are increasingly choosing science subjects
Flemish high-school students are increasingly choosing science subjects The Brussels Times
More and more young Flemish students are choosing to study science and technology in middle and upper secondary schools, it emerges from the Flemish.
Inventor shares his love of learning, science with Camp Invention students in Aberdeen
Inventor James West encourages students to become inventors: “We need new scientists, we need new people to think about problems, to make us happy, …
Students receive benefits from Fort Hays State summer science camps
07/11/19. By Randy Gonzales University Relations and Marketing HAYS, Kan. – Alex Landwehr loves science. He attended science camps as a high school …
Government’s digital strategy has lost momentum, claims Science and Technology Committee report
MPs slam government's faltering digital strategy
Secretary of State warns small businesses about misleading documents
The Colorado Secretary of State’s office is looking to educate small businesses about some misleading notices that could result in some paying more than necessary for business filings.
Artificial gravity breaks free from science fiction
Artificial gravity has long been the stuff of science fiction. Picture the wheel-shaped ships from films like 2001: A Space Odyssey and The Martian, imaginary craft …
The open access wars: How to free science from academic paywalls
How librarians, pirates, and funders are liberating the world’s academic research from paywalls.