Some ideas on how to add fun problem-solving and STEM challenges to an end-of-summer gathering.
Fairgoers will find an all-new STEAM exhibit at this year's state fair.
Do you want to track local frog populations or photograph clouds for science? The young and curious kids you know can finish out the summer as citizen scientists
Reported in Scientific American, this Week in World War I: December 18, 1915 The word “camouflage” entered the English language, from the French, in 1917.
An adsorbing science project by Science Buddies
Reported in Scientific American, this Week in World War I: December 11, 1915
More than 30 worlds have new names drawn from world mythology, literature and history
Students taught to doubt scientists and other authorities may end up doubting their teachers.
Reflecting on the remarks made by SCOTUS's Scalia and Roberts about the value of Black students in college science classes
Two controversial new studies suggest the discovery of large objects at the outer reaches of the solar system