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UPDATE!! - I'm working on the Science Olympiad event list ... but I'm MISSING choices from these students (listed by initials) PLEASE send me an email (lleary@parkwayschools.net) with your choices. Thank you!! (PS - the list is working out nicely, most everyone is getting choice 1 or 2!)


Student List (initials) -- Send me your choice:
EK
DK
SB
CK
SL
EW

SCIENCE OLYMPIAD LINKS

LIFE, PERSONAL & SOCIAL SCIENCE

Anatomy (Nervous, Integumentary
A good kit for robocross, plus I belive Mr. Bolin has it.


Disease Detectives (Environmental Quality)

Entomology

HeredITY

Water Quality

EARTH & SPACE SCIENCE

Dynamic Planet (Glaciers)

Meteorology (Severe Storms)

Solar System

Road Scholar

Rocks and Minerals

PHYSICAL SCIENCE & CHEMISTRY

Simple Machines

Shock Value

Sounds of Music
Sound of Music Score Sheet
http://www.soinc.org/sites/default/files/uploaded_files/Sounds%20of%20Music%20Scoring%20Sheet%20121205.pdf
youtube awesome video
Crime Busters

Can't Judge a Powder

TECHNOLOGY & ENGINEERING

Boomilever

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nWqmwN9Qlng&safe=active
A good kit for robocross, plus I belive Mr. Bolin has it.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7a-3inc1iNQ&safe=activeextreme robo cross
P.S thats for robo cross


Robo-Cross

Wheeled Vehicle

Helicopters

INQUIRY & NATURE OF SCIENCE

Metric Mastery

Rotor Egg Drop

Experimental Design

Write It Do It



ASTRONOMY

Comets
Doppler-Effect
Exo-planets (Extra-Solar Planets)
Planets
Plasma
Quasars
Stars
Sun

CELLS

Parts of a cell
Types of cells

Chemistry

Beginner's Guide to Chemistry

CLIMATE

Acid Rain
Droughts
Global Warming
Greenhouse Effect

ELECTRICITY

History of electricity

HEREDITY

DNA

LIGHT

Colors of Light
Colors of Pigment
EMS
Lenses
Mirrors

MAGNETISM

Natural magnets

MEDICINE

Immunizations

QUANTUM

Absurdness
Thought Experiments
Symphony of Science - The Quantum World Song!

TECHNOLOGY

Mrs. Leary's Blog
News (Sci/Tech)
Science Apps (Android + iPhone)
TechStuff - A Podcast from HowStuffWorks.Com

SOUND

Ecolocation - Ben Underwood

WATER

Water Cycle

WAVES

Types of Waves

OTHER

Help Page (Click)
GUEST BOOK!!!
Questions
NASA Discussion
Poems
Open Discussion
Requests



Science NEWS


Nature - Issue - nature.com science feeds
  • Seven days: 18–24 April 2014
    The week in science: NIH allows reuse of rejected grant ideas; China’s land pollution revealed; and NASA’s LADEE probe crashes into the Moon.
  • Physics: Liquid bubbles stop sound
    Liquid foam can block the transmission of ultrasound, report Valentin Leroy at Paris Diderot University and his colleagues.The French team created the foam by bubbling an insoluble gas, perfluorohexane, into water containing a surfactant, and then...
  • A question of trust
    NASA’s decision to renege on SOFIA project casts doubts over its reliability as a partner.
  • Astronomy: Earth twin spotted in habitable zone
    Astronomers have discovered a planet that is a similar size to Earth orbiting a cool, dim star at just the right distance for liquid water to exist. It is the most Earth-like planet found so far that could potentially host life.A team led by
  • Take care
    The United States must tread carefully when building a health-data system.
  • Zoology: Sex changed in Brazilian insect
    Female insects in Brazilian caves initiate reproduction, and they do so with a penis.Kazunori Yoshizawa at Hokkaido University in Sapporo, Japan, and his colleagues studied four Neotrogla species, one of which copulates for up to 70 hours. The aut...
  • Iran needs to present a united front on science
    Iranian scientists must be allowed to interact abroad without fear of persecution, says Elise Auerbach.
  • Animal behaviour: Fruit-fly microbes draw more flies
    Researchers have pinpointed a chemical source that attracts fruit flies to food: the gut bacteria of fruit-fly larvae sitting on the food.Reuven Dukas and his colleagues at McMaster University in Hamilton, Canada, previously showed that fruit flie...
  • Antimicrobials: Biocide boosts bacterial binding
    People exposed to an antimicrobial compound used in many consumer products are more likely to carry an opportunistic pathogen, increasing their risk of infection.The bacterium Staphylococcus aureus (pictured in green) is normally harmless in healt...
  • Microbial evolution: How a flesh-eater evolved
    A deadly wave of flesh-eating bacteria emerged in the 1980s when a single cell gained a pair of toxin genes from another bacterium.Infections with group A Streptococcus (GAS) strains, which cause necrotizing fasciitis, spiked worldwide in the late...




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