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Engineers Week is on! Create an exciting hands-on engineering opportunity for your students with the 2015 Fluor Engineering Challenge. The balloon-powered car challenge is fun, and every K-12 student who completes the challenge can enter for a chance to win money for a school. The entry window is February 22-March 15. Visit Science Buddies for more information and full guidelines. #eweek #FluorChallenge #STEM  
How much weight can a balloon-powered vehicle carry? Find out with this year's 2015 Fluor® Engineering Challenge. Check the challenge guidelines, design and build your own vehicle, and enter for a chance to win money for your school from Fluor! 2015 Fluor Engineering Challenge #FluorChallenge ...
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"Dancing Candy Hearts: Weekly Science Activity": Put aside a few candy conversation hearts for a fun #chemistry activity! #STEM  +Scientific American 
In this week's spotlight: a fun chemistry activity for Valentine's Day. If you have conversation hearts candies on hand this Valentine's Day, put a few aside for a fun family science experiment. What happens when you drop one of the candies into a glass of soda? Why?
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Looking for an exciting, classroom-friendly, hands-on #engineering activity to do with your students this Engineers week? Check out the 2015 Fluor Engineering Challenge! Fluor is challenging students to build and test balloon-powered cars. Students who complete the challenge will be entered in a random drawing for $1,500 USD for a school or after-school program. Visit www.sciencebuddies.org/fluor-challenge?from=GO for complete rules, submission requirements, and project directions. #STEM   #FluorChallenge 
Engineering challenges for K-12 students supported by Fluor.
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Can you really use a homemade solar oven to make s'mores? This student and his family put it to the test!  #STEM  
My 6th-grader loves to build things, so when he needed an energy-related project for his science class, constructing a solar oven was right up his alley. He looked online for kid-friendly solar oven designs, many of which involve pizza boxes, and was skeptical. "I don't think this is really ...
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Cool. Is their a project procedure page for this.
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Has news of a gray wolf in Grand Canyon National Park piqued student interest? Check out the "Where, Oh Where, Do the Wild Wolves Wander?" #science project to explore wolf movement.  

News story: http://www.livescience.com/48564-lone-wolf-roaming-grand-canyon.html
 
A wayward gray wolf has been spotted several times this month around the North Rim of Grand Canyon National Park. It could be the first of its species to roam Arizona in 70 years.
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Put your detective hats on and explore how #science can help solve a mystery with this week's family science spotlight activity. Using fake blood, experiment to better understand what clues blood stains at a crime scene hold.   #STEM  +Scientific American 
In this week's spotlight: a physics-focused science activity that helps families learn more about how forensic science can provide clues to solve crimes! Blood stains and spots at the scene of a crime can help detectives piece together what happened. In this activity, students use fake blood and ...
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Great Ideas for Engineers Week: Celebrate #eweek with a hands-on engineering project or activity with your students!  #engineering #STEM #scienceproject #FluorChallenge

http://www.sciencebuddies.org/blog/2015/02/great-ideas-for-engineers-week.php?from=GO
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New "science news" feature makes it easy for students to find science news related to a science project or an area of science interest!   #STEM 

This new feature was supported by the +Cisco Foundation. +Cisco CSR 

 
A new website feature at Science Buddies, sponsored by the Cisco Foundation, brings science news to students. With the news feed, students can easily locate science news stories related to a project or an area of science interest. News feed on project. Students will find links to related science ...
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Are you ready for a groovy student robotics #science project? Meet (and make) Flippy, the dancing robot! #STEM
Simple step-by-step directions to create an easy-to-build dancing robot.
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Our Veggie Power project showcases potatoes in the photos, but you can try all sorts of fruits and vegetables -- including pumpkins! #STEM  
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Just wondering whether lemon tastes different when "fully" charged and empty?
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Science suggestions for projects and activities to tie in with Halloween week!  #STEM
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Halloween is next week! Pair trick-or-treat fun with a great family robotics activity. Check our blogger's Halloween-themed brushbot for inspiration, and then see what your kids and students come up with! 

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