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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: 11–17 April 2014
    The week in science: Japan reapproves use of nuclear power, second sighting of an exotic tetraquark, and biotech stocks plunge.
  • Materials: Printer squirts out nanotubes
    Inkjet printers can produce thin films of carbon nanotubes for use as electrodes in stretchy electronic circuits.Yongtaek Hong and his colleagues at Seoul National University printed layers of single-walled carbon nanotubes onto a stretchable sili...
  • Cancer crossroads
    Efforts to understand cancer genomes should take on a fresh focus.
  • Civil engineering: Seismic 'shield' stops quake shake
    An array of deep holes in the ground seems to lessen shaking in certain locations during a simulated earthquake.Stéphane Brûlé of soil-engineering company Ménard in Nozay, France, and his colleagues drilled a grid of boreholes 5 metres deep into t...
  • Practical nonsense
    Downgrading practical science will impede UK students in the global workplace
  • Biomechanics: Fast moves of fleeing fruit flies
    To dodge predators, flies in flight execute banked turns in just a few wingbeats — much faster than the steering motions that have been previously observed in flies.Michael Dickinson and his colleagues at the University of Washington in Seattle us...
  • Beware of backroom deals in the name of 'science'
    The term 'sound science' has become Orwellian double-speak for various forms of pro-business spin, says Colin Macilwain.
  • Conservation biology: Unique birds top conservation list
    An analysis of evolutionary relationships between all of the world's known birds prioritizes some of them for conservation on the basis of their genetic uniqueness.Walter Jetz of Yale University in New Haven, Connecticut, Arne Mooers of Simon Fras...
  • Ecology: Fallen trees form a sea-floor feast
    Dead trees at the bottom of the ocean host a diverse range of bacteria, fungi and molluscs (pictured; a cent is included for scale).Craig McClain of the National Evolutionary Synthesis Center in Durham, North Carolina, and James Barry of the Monte...
  • Neurobiology: Surprising effects of prion drug
    A chemical that combats pathogenic prion proteins in infected mouse cells worsens the problem in cells from other species. The finding could explain why the drug, quinacrine, has been ineffective in many clinical trials.Prion infections turn healt...




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