Science Learning Tips from Thomas Edison

Thomas Edison had two powerful secrets. These Twin Pillars of Excellence led him to his most famous invention and his most important invention. You haven’t heard these two science learning tips, but you’ve probably heard of Thomas Edison. You’ve probably Continue reading Science Learning Tips from Thomas Edison

Science Competition for Forward Thinkers

Ten thousand dollars and a free vacation. Not to mention the honor and glory that comes from winning a science competition. Are you in? Each year the Exploravision science competition is sponsored by Toshiba and the National Science Teachers Association Continue reading Science Competition for Forward Thinkers

Science Scholarships: Up to $10,000 for minority students who want to study physical science

Here are some new science scholarships available if you are of African American, Asian, Pacific Island, Native American, Native Alaskan, or Hispanic descent. Are you considering a career in Chemistry, Computing & Software Systems, Information Management, Material Science, Printing Management Continue reading Science Scholarships: Up to $10,000 for minority students who want to study physical science

Science Scholarship: Up to $10,000 for Energy Sustainability

If you’re an outstanding student with a commitment to working on bio-energy or other forms of sustainability, this science scholarship might be for you. The deadline is April 10th, and five science scholarships of up to $10,000 each will be Continue reading Science Scholarship: Up to $10,000 for Energy Sustainability