What's I'm seeing now-ishDeception Falls during our snowy hike#RenéMagritteNew Year's day means time to get in cold waterSo #climbing community, I need some advice. Does this call for Gorilla Glue or JB Weld? I'm pretty sure my standard duct tape isn't right for this? #WrongAnswersOnlyTesting a custom Arduino board designed by @mimicrobots. It controlled 256 multicolored LEDs to create #UnderGlow on Avery's jogger.
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Tag Archives: Science communication
What If? 2
Title: What If? 2: Additional Serious Scientific Answers to Absurd Hypothetical Questions Author: Randall Munroe Completed: Nov 2022 (Full list of books) Overview: If you like XKCD you’re going to enjoy this book, but if you like XKCD, you probably … Continue reading
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Foil Boats and Coracle Racing
This week we were discussing activities and demonstrations we could offer as part of a collaboration between the Discovery Center of Idaho and Boise Parks and Rec. We wanted activities related to water since the Parks and Rec site will … Continue reading
Posted in Museums Tagged boat, England, Science, Science communication Leave a comment
Growing up, we were often doing science experiments around the house, in the yard and in (our favorite place) restaurants. We would often hear about potential experiments from others and knew we had to try them. Once we even got … Continue reading
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Twist and Shout session references
As I mentioned previously, Jen Lokey, Isabel Leeder and I presented a session on the benefits of physical activity on learning. There is plenty of research available showing that all sorts of good biochemistry starts happening in the brain when … Continue reading
Posted in Museums Tagged ASTC2014, interpretive dance, Science, Science communication Leave a comment