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How to put on a Science Fair

 

Besides the obvious financial aid procuring a sponsor can provide, Science Fair Sponsors can help generate interest in your school’s science fair on the part of the community, parents and students. Corporate sponsors, who are generally able to give more than individuals and small businesses, may also provide enough financial support to give kids individual budgets for their science fair projects and experiments.
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Happy 350th Birthday Royal Society of Science

 

The coat of arms of the Royal Society

Hey teachers!  This year marks the 350th anniversary of the founding of the Royal Society, and in honor of that, over the coming year we will be posting some of the scientific profiles of some of its founding, former, and current members for you to share with your class.

But first, a little information about the Royal Society itself!

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Truly Amazing Gecko Tape

This blog entry is another of our “Science in the News” articles.  Feel free to print it out and share it with your students, or to have one of your students present the information to the rest of the class—after all, one of the most important parts of science is learning to communicate information.

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Science in the News:

Yoda the Jedi bat, and his cool animal friends

Do you ever feel like you never see anything new?  Then you should go to New Guinea!  New Guinea is located north of Australia, and is the world’s second largest island.  It is about the same size as the state of California.  Even though it is not very big, New Guinea has an amazing amount of biodiversity. That means that there are lots and LOTS of different animals and plants there.

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