#scistuchat : monthly Twitter hashtag Chat with Scientists https://sites.google.com/site/scistuchat/ #Scistuchat (cy-stew-chat) is a monthly Twitter Chat with scientists and high school students.
Students and Scientists discuss general science topics once a month. Topics might include: genetically modified food, cloning, stell cell research and others, space exploration funding, evolution....
The discussion takes place on the 2nd Thursday of the month Sept-May.
Inspiring Women Scientists http://bit.ly/Z9Vtdk Inspiring Women Scientists in Microbiology and Ecology
I turned to my community on twitter to help me come up with a list of inspirational women scientists in environmental microbiology and ecology that have made an impact in their careers. Who are the top women in the field right now? Who is it that we would love to see speak?
Here is what we have so far ...
SciTalks: Scientists on Cool Topics http://scitalks.com SciTalks: Scientists on Cool Topics
Lots and Lots of online videos.
A Day In The Life of a Young Scientist (online videos) http://www.vega.org.uk/video/subseries/11 A Day In The Life of a Young Scientist (online videos)
Snapshots takes a snapshot of the lives of young scientists.
In this collection we meet Building Services Engineer: Sara McGowan, Orthopedic Surgeon: Dr. Chinmay Gupte, Mass Production Engineer: Faye Banks, Biochemist: Dr. Birgit Liss, Physicist: Dr. David Milstead, Robot Engineer: Dr. Miles Pebody, Ecologist: Jeama Stanton and Computer Engineer: James Cross
What Do Scientists Do? http://tinyurl.com/g63q4 What Do Scientists Do?
This lesson will require students to do a report on distinct scientific fields using the Internet resources provided. The lesson should provide students with an idea of the diversity of science disciplines. Learning about the different science disciplines can help students see the connection between what they learn in the classroom and what goes on in the enterprise of science. The class will produce a booklet on science disciplines, with each student contributing a chapter.
Scientists Web Quest http://tinyurl.com/fvr2c Scientists Web Quest
The purpose of this project is to have the students ?eet?the scientists that they will study and relate to them as real people.
Quantum Physics made relatively simple : videos http://bethe.cornell.edu/index.html Quantum Physics made relatively simple : videos lectures
IN 1999, legendary theoretical physicist Hans Bethe delivered three lectures on quantum theory to his neighbors at the Kendal of Ithaca retirement community (near Cornell University). Given by Professor Bethe at age 93, the lectures are presented here as QuickTime videos synchronized with slides of his talking points and archival material.
Intended for an audience of Professor Bethe's neighbors at Kendal, the lectures hold appeal for experts and non-experts alike. The presentation makes use of limited mathematics while focusing on the personal and historical perspectives of one of the principal architects of quantum theory whose career in physics spans 75 years.
The Naked Scientist http://www.thenakedscientists.com/ The Naked Scientists Online Science Radio show utilises streaming technology to allow you to hear science, medicine and technology news, discoveries and breakthroughs being discussed by scientists and researchers, and includes interviews with famous scientists of world-class reputation.
The site also contains an online science discussion forum, science, medicine and technology news, medical and health advice, science educational resources including science articles, science experiments, science projects, science book reviews, and archived on-demand internet science radio.
Audio Interviews with Scientists http://www.bbc.co.uk/bbcfour/audiointerviews/professions/scientists.shtml Audio Interviews with Scientists
Crick and Watson: b1916 and 1928 -
Francis Crick and James Watson with Maurice Wilkins received the 1962 Nobel Prize for discovering the molecular structure of deoxyribonucleic acid...
Dyson, Freeman: b1923 -
Freeman Dyson's most useful contribution to science was the unification of the three versions of quantum electrodynamics invented by Feynman,...
Heisenberg, Werner Karl: 1901 - 1976
Awarded the 1932 Nobel Prize for his work on Quantum Mechanics, Heisenberg is best known for his discovery of the uncertainty principle: that it's...
Famous Scientists Project http://www.metcalf.ilstu.edu/assign/sixth/science/famous.htm Famous Scientists Project
For this project, find a scientist who has made a major contribution to society. Find a biography of the scientist as well as information about that person's field of study. The sites below are a starting point for you. In addition, you must use some search engine to find out more about the person or the field of science.
You will be expected to type a three-page paper about your scientist and also present a PowerPoint presentation to the class about your person. Based on the information from your PowerPoint presentation, the class will vote to see if your scientist should be entered into the Sixth Grade Hall of Fame.
Famous Scientists - Online Quiz - Who is That? http://www.funbrain.com/who/ Famous Scientists - Online Quiz - Who is That?
FUNBRAIN will show you a portrait of a famous person with a clue.
For each screen, identify the correct scientist or mathematician and click on their name.
Choose the difficulty level you wish to play and click "Show Me the People" to begin.
Famous Scientists links at Crystalinks http://www.crystalinks.com/scientists.html Famous Scientists links at Crystalinks
Archimedes | Aristotle | Bohr | Copernicus | Curie | Darwin | Descartes | Edison | Einstein | Franklin | Galileo | Newton | Planck | Rontgen | Sagan | Tesla |
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