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Four young scientists teleport to an alternate and dangerous universe, which alters their physical form in shocking ways. They must now use these abilities to save the world from a former friend turned enemy.

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Release Date : 2015-08-07
Casts : Reg E. Cathey, Miles Teller, Jerrad Vunovich, Jamie Bell, Michael B. Jordan, Tim Blake Nelson, Kate Mara, Don Yesso, Stan Lee, Christopher Heskey, Wayne Pére, Adam Fristoe, Shauna Rappold, Chet Hanks, Jodi Lyn Brockton, Toby Kebbell
Duration : 106 minutes runtime
Rating : 5.7

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Kickstarter campaign for StemBox: Subscription Science Kits for Girls surpasses goal

STEMbox is a subscription box that makes real science accessible to young girls and empowers them as young scientists.

He failed to conceive, or perhaps could not conceive, that a black teenage boy living in the Richard Allen Project Homes for very low income families would own a telescope and enjoyed looking at the moons of Jupiter and the rings of Saturn.

A black boy carrying a telescope wasn’t conceivable — unless he had stolen it — given the white racist horizons within which my black body was policed as dangerous. To the officer, I was something (not someone) patently foolish, perhaps monstrous or even fictional. My telescope, for him, was a weapon.

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Supporting young scientists, creating educational research opportunities, and enabling individuals to better their communities… this is just perfect. 
To learn more, check out GMin’s Innovation Labs Fundraiser and the THNKR YouTube channel. 

Re-Play Zoo (S1E5) : Blame it on Leo Full Episode

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Set amidst a wave of violent animal attacks sweeping across the planet, a young renegade scientist is thrust into a race to unlock the mystery behind this pandemic before time runs out for animals and humans alike.

Casts:
Billy Burke, Nonso Anozie, Kristen Connolly, Nora Arnezeder, James Wolk

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We’ve invented a recipe for developing your own pinhole camera photos at home, using stuff from the house.

It works on the principle that you can use any solution that contains caffic acid - that includes mint, coffee or basil. This will convert the silver ions in photographic paper into silver, which gives you your image.

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  • When you can't seem to explain to a second grade student why photosynthesis is different from their mother frying an egg without mentioning molecular mechanisms of photosystem I and II...
  • I so graciously offered to help some local elementary school students with their science projects. I went around, explaining some basic science principles to each group, depending on their topic. One student was interested in plants...
  • Molecular Biologist:So, plants make their own food--
  • Student:Wait, you mean plants go out to the store and buy food and cook it like my mom does??
  • Molecular Biologist:Er, no. There's a complex process called photosynthesis.
  • Student:So plants don't fry eggs?
  • Molecular Biologist:No.
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Meet Nicole Ticea: Intel Foundation Young Scientist Award Winner | Amy Poehler's Smart Girls
Earlier this summer, the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair—the world's largest high school science research competition—was held in the United States and 1,700 of the world's brightest teen scientists, engineers, and innovators competed for $4 million in awards. One of those winners was Nicole Ticea, 16, from Canada. Nicole received one of two Intel Foundation Young Scientist Awards for developing an inexpensive, easy-to-use testing device to combat high rates of undiagnosed HIV infection in low-income communities.

“Her device—which is both disposable and electricity-free—provides results in less than one hour and is expected to cost less than $5 to produce. Not toO shabby for a gal who is just barely old enough for her drivers test!

We spoke to Nicole about her experience working in STEM, the inspiration behind her device, and what she would tell to other young Smart Girls looking to get involved in STEM.”

Read the full piece here

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Hello!

Hey, I’m Steph! I am currently a rising sophomore at Smith College, majoring in biochemistry! I have spent this summer interning in a developmental and molecular neuroscience lab at Weill Cornell Medical College. It has been a great experience, truly. But now its time for some real talk. I will be using this blog as a way for me to share my journey through the science world in hoping that it helps others navigate it too. Shit is hard, but you should know that you are not alone! Science is hard and challenging but we will make it through it. I will be sharing all the challenges but all the good points as well! 

Meet Peyton Robertson, the 12-year-old scientist with 3 patents pending

 

Do you know what happens when you let kids think outside the box? When you teach them to come up with their own solutions to problems rather than force them to apply cookie-cutter solutions to their questions?   You get kids like Peyton Robertson, the 12-year-old scientist who now has three patents pending. His most recent invention earned him the title of “America’s 2013 Top Young Scientist” and helped him win the Discovery Education 3M Young Scientist Challenge. Read more>>

Photo: Young Scientist Challenge