By studying Thomas Edison's life and inventions, students will develop a broader view of technology and how it is like and unlike science.
This lesson provides an opportunity for students to compare the theories of two historically important evolutionary scientists: Jean Baptiste Lamarck and Charles Darwin.
Researchers have discovered that mosquitoes have a better sense of smell at night.
In this lesson, students will make their own night-sky observations, diagram and describe what they see, and will then look at pictures taken by telescopes.
Scientists may have discovered a Neptune-sized ninth planet in our solar system, orbiting the sun every 15,000 years.
Artist Michael Benson and planetary scientist Dr. Nancy Chabot discuss the intersection of art and science at the opening of the Planetfall art exhibition at AAAS in Washington, D.C., on March 27, 2013.
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