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by Kim Moldofsky, The Maker Mom
When it comes to Halloween science there are no tricks because everything can be explained, which means everyone who celebrates gets treats in the form of knowledge. Granted, that line might go over better in your classroom than with an eager group of costumed children standing at your front door, but let’s move on to some Halloween STEM fun anyway. Read more
Posted on October 6, 2015 by
The final event is just around the corner. I am preparing my props, going over my final presentation, rehearsing lines, and so forth, and I am super excited to travel to 3M in just 9 days!
Wow! I have come a long way from when I started back in June, and I feel like I am prepared for my trip to 3M. I have a lot planned, and hope that everyone watching will have lots of fun… But most of all, I want to inspire my generation, and encourage younger generations to enter the Young Scientist Challenge. Read more
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Albert Szent-Gyorgyi once said, “Research is to see what everybody else has seen, and to think what nobody else has thought.” Read more
Posted on September 1, 2015 by
Hello, Young Sceintists!
This week, I am studying at a summer resdential research camp. Seeing that our camp is called H2O to Go, our central topic is water! The camp is all about discovering new ideas, uncovering knowedge, and growing as scientists and engineers. It was amazing to discover scence in a hands-on way while forming bonds with my classmates. Read more
Posted on August 31, 2015 by
For the past week, I narrowed my list down to three problems and then selected one to solve as my final solution. I chose them based on what I knew from my previous experience, and eliminated the ones that addressed only a limited amount of the population. Read more
Posted on August 20, 2015 by
by Kim Moldofsky
School is back in session (or soon will be). The dog days of summer are coming to an end, but not without a celebration of our canine companions. National Dog Day is August 26 and ought to be a real howl. Although the day is largely focused on dog adoption and welfare, it can also serve as a launching pad for scientific exploration. Read more
Posted on August 14, 2015 by
Hello, Young Scientists!
This week, I have been in Europe with my family, and I had the opportunity to visit a micro-hydro power site in Luzern, Switzerland, which provides power to over 1,000 homes! I had so much fun making this video and exploring the site.
Posted on August 13, 2015 by
Ever since Discovery Education and 3M announced that I was a finalist, I have come up with possible problems we face that I could solve as my final project. I narrowed the list down to three problems, by choosing the ones I was most interested in solving. I also took into consideration the time I had and the scope of impact of my solution. I eliminated the ones that addressed only a limited amount of the population. I eliminated the ones that did not have a large economical impact as well. Read more