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There’s a whole world of everyday stuff out there that begs the question, “How does that work”? Or, “Why does that work” or  “What caused that to happen?

On How Things Work, teachers, students or just interested folks can find resources, “how to do” projects, science fair topics and other valuable information about the subject of their choice.

From, “Is dog saliva really antiseptic?” to, “Does getting older affect your memory?” we have the answer to a lot of questions– or we help you to find it yourself.

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Thanks so much for the great resource for both teachers and students.

Many of my teaching friends have used the site to help them to get great ideas for younger students who needed something age appropriate for a science fair.

 

Roberta Drake

After Paul Allen Co-Founded Microsoft, He Changed Brain Science Forever

NPR - 8 hours ago
The occasion of that interview was Allen's $100 million gift of "seed money" to launch the Allen Institute for Brain Science in Seattle. The institute's initial goal was to create a...

These butterflies boost their hearing with an unusual strategy

Science Magazine - 5 hours ago
But scientists didn't know the insects could boost their hearing with other parts of their bodies. To make the new discovery, researchers collected 30 common wood nymphs (Cercyonis...

New method to address deep-seated biases in science

Science Daily - 7 hours ago
New UMBC research is helping dismantle gender and publication biases in science. A team of researchers working across disciplines has developed a new statistical technique to understand similarity,...

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