Browsing Posts tagged science

Here’s what’s going on at the NASA Earth Observatory, brought to you by Fred Beyer at EarthSciTeach.

Here’s what’s going on at the NASA Earth Observatory, brought to you by Fred Beyer at EarthSciTeach.

Symphony of Science takes video clips of scientific lectures and transforms them into autotuned music videos.

Extreme Planet Makeover lets you manipulate several conditions that make a planet conducive to life as we know it — the planet’s age, its distance from the sun, what type of star it orbits, and more.

This infographic from Our Amazing Planet contains lots if interesting information, such as the forms of life inhabiting various ocean depths and the heights of assorted landmarks around the globe.

Here’s what’s going on at the NASA Earth Observatory, brought to you by Fred Beyer at EarthSciTeach.

Shout provides an online arena for teachers and students to connect with environmental experts, collaborate with people around the world, and share ideas.

Middle and high school students can win scholarships, internships, prizes, and a trip to the Googleplex in California via the Google Science Fair.

This site lets students learn all about the solar system, and aids teachers with lesson plans, activities, and robust search capabilities

The National Youth Science Camp is now accepting applications for their 2011 residential summer program for high school seniors. The Camp takes place June 30 through July 24, 2011 in Bartow, West Virginia within the beautiful Monongahela National Forest.