Students will use interactive tools to be introduced to the principles of physical oceanography (waves, tides and currents) and meteorology (winds) with the goal of understanding how they affect ocean navigation.
In this lesson, hands-on activities introduce students to basic concepts of nuclear physics including fission, radioactivity, nuclear decay and transmutation.
The United States Air Force is initiating a new learning platform. As a result, Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) inclined high-school age youths will collaborate with the Air Force through an online-centered experience. This cooperative learning community, “The Air Force Collaboratory” will work together with the Air Force to solve real-world challenges.
This lesson explores some of the different forms petroleum takes on as a component or ingredient in various manufactured products, some of the human health and environmental concerns associated with the use and disposal of these particular products, and ways to minimize the harmful effects of petroleum and petroleum-derived products on the environment.
If you've been participating in our #WeCanChange Wednesdays, you know that the Siemens We Can Change the World Challenge is about making a positive environmental impact in our schools, communities, and the world.
Join us from the Museum of Science in Boston, one of our nation's premiere informal learning institutions. This event will explore the natural and human-made world through the lens of engineering.
Chuck and Josh will discuss how they research for anything from writing a television script to a quick blog post and how it's helped them in their careers (and could help in just about any field).