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Science of Food – Molecular Gastronomy

Molecular gastronomy sounds more like a condition than something cool to eat. It’s a cool kind of science that is sweeping trendy restaurants across the country. Ingredients undergo change while cooking. Molecular gastronomy studies the physical and chemical changes that food undergoes while cooking. Certain ingredients produce certain reactions and it’s the newest trend for […]

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Alex… Astronomy and Music For $200

Someday you might be invited to compete on Jepoardy and you’ll thank our trust blog contributors for this nerdy information. Did you know that a musician named Gustav Holst was so fascinated by astronomy that he wrote several pieces of classical music about planets? In fact, he wrote music for all of the planets except […]

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Prevent Summer Learning Loss by Keeping It Fun

By Blog Editor Susan Wells For parents who want to encourage their kids to stay on top of their studies without cramming books and lessons down their throats, here are a few ideas to keep their minds strong over the summer. Science Start with the Steve Spangler Science Summer Science Experiment Guide for tons of […]

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Three Planets Form Rare Sunset Triangle

On Sunday, May 26th, a very special sunset will take place. Three planets – Venus, Jupiter and Mercury will form a triangle in the night sky. They will all be visible to the naked eye or seen together in a binocular field. This is a fairly rare celestial event. The last time it happened was […]

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Carnival of Education: Education Buzz

Welcome to the latest Education Buzz! Steve Spangler Science is honored to be your host this week. Education is all about connections, you know. Nothing exists in a vacuum, or even only within the four walls of a classroom. All things connect to all other things in one way or another. As educators, we encourage […]

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Congratulations to Our Teacher Appreciation Winners

At the beginning of May, we asked you to nominate your favorite science teacher for our Teacher Appreciation Award.  The entries came pouring in, and we are excited to spotlight our winners.  Huge thanks to everyone who participated!  We found some truly remarkable teachers out there and we are excited to feature them here… and […]