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Six Ways Science Says Marijuana May Hurt Your Health - TIME

Six Ways Science Says Marijuana May Hurt Your Health - TIME | Teaching Teens Science | Scoop.it
Six Ways Science Says Marijuana May Hurt Your Health
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But there have been some worrying findings, especially considering the increasing use of marijuana by American adults.
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Robot Cashier Handles Knives, Safely : DNews

Robot Cashier Handles Knives, Safely : DNews | Teaching Teens Science | Scoop.it
Researcher taught a grocery clerk robot to handle certain items -- like sharp knives -- with care.
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Motorola Wants to Tattoo a Mic on Your Throat : DNews

Motorola Wants to Tattoo a Mic on Your Throat : DNews | Teaching Teens Science | Scoop.it
The tattoo would pair with mobile devices over Bluetooth, projecting voice directly for better reception. Continue reading →
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Technology Of The Future - BBC Documentary

Check out some Home made energy Product : http://www.dailysmartstuff.com/2013/07/home-made-energy-solar-product.html Don't Miss our Next Upcoming videos , Su...
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iCPooch Product Video with Inventor, Brooke Martin - Video Chat and Treat Delivery for Dogs!!

Brooke Martin, 13 year old inventor and entrepreneur explains how iCPooch works to help dog owner's stay connected with their dogs when they're away from home.
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Girls in Science

Girls in Science | Teaching Teens Science | Scoop.it
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Four Fun Food Hacks to Teach Your Kids Science

Four Fun Food Hacks to Teach Your Kids Science | Teaching Teens Science | Scoop.it
With the fall term gearing up, you've got precious little time left to hang out with your kids before they're trundled off to school. Entertain the ankle-biters and get their brains primed for learning with these amazing scientific food hacks.
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More Brains? Teaching STEM by Studying Zombies - U.S. News & World Report

More Brains? Teaching STEM by Studying Zombies - U.S. News & World Report | Teaching Teens Science | Scoop.it
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More Brains? Teaching STEM by Studying Zombies
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Neuroscientist and actress Mayim Bialik (center) and Harvard Medical School professor Dr.
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Sarah E Kerr's curator insight, June 2, 3:57 AM
A great concept for engaging students with challenging STEM topics
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Is it Better to Walk or Run in the Rain?

Subscribe to MinutePhysics - it's FREE! http://dft.ba/-minutephysics_sub For recent scientific publications on the walk/rain question: http://iopscience.iop....
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What is fire?

Fire it up! We explain hot stuff. Video of a candle in microgravity: http://mix.msfc.nasa.gov/IMAGES/QTVR/0601309.mov Tweet it - http://bit.ly/pOz9Dn Faceboo...
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Have you ever seen an atom?

Scientists at the University of California Los Angeles have found a way to create stunningly detailed 3D reconstructing of platinum nanoparticles at an atomi...
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How brains see

At the micro-scale the brain is a mess; a thick tangle of nerve cells connected at synapses. Mapping just a tiny portion of this mess, a few hundred cells, i...
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11 Strange Science Lessons We Learned This Summer

11 Strange Science Lessons We Learned This Summer | Teaching Teens Science | Scoop.it
In vitro meat? Teeth grown from urine? Screaming rocks and singing bats? It's all real science from the summer of 2013
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Swedes invent invisible bike helmet

Swedes invent invisible bike helmet | Teaching Teens Science | Scoop.it
Pictures via Hövding. You know what sucks about riding a bike? Except for, you know, all the traffic and all the reckless car drivers, and rain, and so
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Site '14: STEAM think: how we can save science education - Brown Daily Herald

Site '14: STEAM think: how we can save science education - Brown Daily Herald | Teaching Teens Science | Scoop.it
The current system for teaching science portrays the subject as opaque, focused on minutiae and intentionally difficult to learn.
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Engage your students through online experiments

Engage your students through online experiments | Teaching Teens Science | Scoop.it
There are various activities and challenges within IntoScience that will engage your students in learning (TEACHERS!
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Sarah E Kerr's curator insight, June 2, 3:55 AM
A cool idea for science teaching, though care would need to be taken to ensure that the software provided transformative experiences for students
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European Union Contest for Young Scientists (EUCYS) EUCYS 2013

European Union Contest for Young Scientists (EUCYS) EUCYS 2013 | Teaching Teens Science | Scoop.it
Centrum akademického psaní při Kabinetu studia jazyků Ústavu pro jazyk český AV ČR, v. v. i.
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Phil Mickelson: Science Teachers Need To Learn How To Teach With Passion - Huffington Post

Phil Mickelson: Science Teachers Need To Learn How To Teach With Passion - Huffington Post | Teaching Teens Science | Scoop.it
Phil Mickelson: Science Teachers Need To Learn How To Teach With Passion
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The Academy provides week-long, all-expenses-paid professional development programs for 3rd-5th grade science and math teachers across the U.S.
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Watch Lab-Grown Heart Tissue Beat On Its Own ... - Popular Science

Watch Lab-Grown Heart Tissue Beat On Its Own ... - Popular Science | Teaching Teens Science | Scoop.it
A team of scientists from the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine has created lab-grown human heart tissue that can beat on its own, according to.
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How 3-D Printing Body Parts Will Revolutionize Medicine | Popular Science

How 3-D Printing Body Parts Will Revolutionize Medicine | Popular Science | Teaching Teens Science | Scoop.it
3D Bioprinting from cell canvas to live sculpture can print bone, organ, live test tube to replace animal testing http://t.co/prTU7M9Q9f
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Weigh a million dollars with your mind

A million dollars is a ton of money. But how much does it weigh? Trying out a new feature: English Transcript! Let me know how it works Tweet it - http://bit...
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Why is it Dark at Night?

Have you ever wondered why you look up and see a dark sky at night? Help share science with the world: http://translate.minutephysics.com Subscribe to Minute...
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Why chimps don't play baseball

Humans are much better at throwing than any other animal. Even our closest living relatives, chimpanzees, can't match our pitching performance. This video sh...
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Sight-Line Science: Candle in the Mirror: Scientific American

Sight-Line Science: Candle in the Mirror: Scientific American | Teaching Teens Science | Scoop.it
Learn about the perception of light and reflections with this illuminating activity
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