Learn about The Nobel Prizes that have been awarded since 1901, as well as the criteria and nomination process that are used to select the winners.
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NASA Kids is an excellent site for "kids" of all ages and provides an abundance of information, images, and interesting things to do on astronomy and the space sciences.
In this lesson, students learn about sources of high-energy radiation and calculate student exposure to ionizing radiation over the past year.
This week Skipper Wilson rounded Cape Horn!
Learn about this large sea bird.
Because citizen science can be fit into your free time, you can pick any point between April 14 and May 20 to take part.
Sara Levine shares the story behind her 2017 award-winning picture book, Tooth by Tooth.
Judith Li shares the story behind her award-winning book, Ricky's Atlas: Mapping a Land on Fire.
The seventh annual event celebrating lunar exploration and science takes place this year on Saturday, Oct. 28.
11-year-old Gitanjali Rao has invented a prototype of a cost-effective device for testing for lead in water.
In this lesson, students explore the ways science impacts our everyday lives.
This tool features a problem-solving activity in which students must transfer blocks of different sizes from one tower to another.
This resource from Science Books & Films (SB&F) contains links to reviews of recommended science trade books for all grade levels.