Amazing science workshop at Poiesis in Jan 2019. Children had learnt the principles of different models and enjoyed making it. They had fun while making the models individually #poiesisfoundation#amazingscience
🌟Ужин с коллегами из Китая, Монголии и Филиппин🇰🇿🇨🇳🇲🇳🇵🇭 Прекрасные люди, настоящие профессионалы своего дела👩🏼💻👩🏼🔬👨🔬 FNCA FY2018 Workshop on Radiation Oncology 4 (Sun) –7(Wed), November,2018,Dhaka, Bangladesh🇧🇩 #kazakhstan#bangladesh
New SIBioC event: Nuove frontiere organizzative in Medicina di Laboratorio: dal consolidamento e l'integrazione ai "big data". Sesto Fiorentino, 28 Febbraio 2019. 6 Crediti ECM disponibili. Iscrizione gratuita. @biomediasrl @bellini.claudia #youngscientist#young4young
D-2 to #gyss2019 – With the GYSS 2019 mobile app, you can stay up-to-date on the latest happenings, view the daily programme and get to know more about the award-winning scientists at GYSS. You can also contact fellow participants through the app to arrange meetups and explore possible research collaborations. #scientistsinsg Download link for iOS devices: bit.ly/GYSS2019AppiOS Download link for Android devices: bit.ly/GYSS2019AppAndroid
Making a red cabbage pH indicator is a fantastic STEM activity to introduce students to acid/base chemistry. This is an amazing science experiment that turns solutions different colors as if by magic! . Red cabbage contains a chemical in its leaves called anthocyanin that changes color depending on the acidity of its environment. Basically it could be used to tell the difference between strong and weak acids and alkalis. . In this chemistry lab, JH Primeschoolers first had to extract the purple dye by mashing it up with hot water in a bowl. Then we put a few drops of ...
Peep peep - Traffic Lights One of the awareness activity about traffic and signals. Children made traffic signals and understood when to stop... when to move and basic traffic rules for safety. #stemeducation#stem
D-3 to #gyss2019 – Fun fact! Did you know that GYSS was modelled after the annual Lindau Nobel Laureate Meetings in Germany, where young scientists get to interact with Nobel Prize winners? The idea to hold an Asian-focused version came after Singapore’s former president Dr Tony Tan attended the Lindau meeting in 2010. GYSS has been held every January since 2013. Photos shown here are from the very first GYSS! #scientistsinsg
Some great and funny feedback from the P7 pupils that we recently ran our diet analysis laboratory workshop with!! They seemed to all enjoy it!! We learnt all about food webs, predator-prey relationships and what it is like to work in a real laboratory!! Promise it wasn’t real poo 💩 though!! #stemscotland#stemeducation
Repost via @makerswomen (on twitter) "This 12-year-old developed a system to test water for lead following the Flint, Michigan water crisis. Now she's America's Top Young Scientist.” #makersconference#science
I had the pleasure of trying out the Koala Farm Crate for 3-4 year olds today from @kiwico_inc with my daughter and I must say it’s amazing. @KiwiCo_inc is a monthly subscription crate that comes filled with age appropriate STEM projects for kids, from toddlers to teenagers. STEM stands for science, technology, engineering, and math. Every crate explores a different theme designed to spark creativity, thinking, and learning. The farm crate had 3 separate projects to complete. One was the vegetable garden activity which then turns into a harvest match game. The other project ...
D-4 to #gyss2019 – Do you want to learn about the kinds of research projects that fellow participants are working on? Are you looking for like-minded peers to collaborate and break new ground in complementary areas of research? Don’t miss the GYSS poster session happening next Tue (22 Jan), which will showcase the research projects of 100 fellow participants. #scientistsinsg
Definitiv ein guter Start in den Tag 😀. Das wünsche ich Dir auch!!! Tatsächlich liegt es mir am Herzen, meiner Umwelt & meinen Mitmenschen #positiv zu begegnen. #unvoreingenommen ...das Gute sehen... gelingt leider nicht immer. 😂 dann hilft etwas . . . . .
How adorable is this bunny wagon? 🐰😍 KiwiCo is a monthly subscription crate that comes filled with age appropriate STEM projects for kids, from toddlers to teenagers. Every crate explores a different theme designed to spark creativity, thinking, and learning. KiwiCo provides an activity booklet for each crate and everything required for your child to create their projects is included. Use the link in my bio to get your first month of a KiwiCo subscription for free! All you pay is $4.95 shipping in the U.S., $9.95 internationally 👌🏻 . . . . . . . #collab ...
Meet #gyss2019 participant Jay, who is currently pursuing a PhD in marine biology at @hkuniversity. Her research focuses on how climate change, specifically extreme weather events, will impact reef species in the region. Jay is our Instagram ambassador for #gyss2019, and will be sharing her experience and stories with us in the coming week. Follow her at @jay.saltyscientist for more! Meanwhile, here are her thoughts on the role of science and what she is looking forward to at -- What role do you think research, science and technology play in the world today? As a climate ...
Hoy es un día importante, porque mi primera tesista defendió públicamente su tesis, graduándose como Magíster en Nutrición y Alimentos, mención Nutrición Humana. Yo, por mi parte, me gradúo como académico, realizando mi primera contribución a la siguiente generación de profesionales de excelencia de este país #uchile#intauchile
When shameless aspiring scientists tried to take groufie with Noble Laureate..and fails miserably 😬. Our feeble attempt to share frame with Venki Ramakrishnan on stage signing books 😋 #iisc#jntataauditorium
Motorised model - Moon 🌙 phases... We try to equip schools and teachers to make learning easy, practical and experiential which helps children to understand things easy and effectively. #stemeducation#stem
D-5 to #gyss2019! Reminder to all science fans – whether you’re a science student, researcher, or just innately curious about everything related to science – our GYSS speakers are participating in a series of public lectures around Singapore! From how science meets art to the impact of science on modern society, our prize-winning speakers will share their candid thoughts on the world of science and research. #scientistsinsg Click here to find out more! https://bit.ly/GYSSpubliclectures
Meet Laura Becerra, a recent graduate from University of San Diego majoring in Electrical Engineering, talking about what it takes to make it as a young scientist. Follow our blog here and on Facebook to meet other extraordinary young scientists and learn more about the science and art of waves. Link in bio. - - - #stem#womeninstem
D-6 to #gyss2019 – Professor Silvio Micali, Professor Michael Levitt, Sir Tim Hunt and Sir Fraser Stoddart will be joining us for Ask Me Anything sessions on Facebook Live during the GYSS week! Ever wanted to find out how they stay inspired in their work, or what’s a typical day at work like? This is the chance to ask your burning questions! Tune in from 12:30pm to 12:40pm every day from Mon, 21 Jan to Thu, 24 Jan, or leave your question in the comment box below. #scientistsinsg
Alhamdulillah, another paper finally published. It is very hard balancing industrial and academic work. However, as a scientist, our value is based on our contribution to scientific advancement rather than profitability. Another project to look forward to this year. #medicalstatistic#immunology
@buzzfeedscience . Here's an optical illusion you can do at home: take a glass and fill it with water. Draw an arrow on a piece of paper, then hold that behind the glass of water. When it's near, the arrow will point the way you drew it, but as you move it back it changes direction. It happens because the glass of water bends the light (refraction). Eventually the light rays pass a focal point, and cross over each other, reversing the image you see. Try it and let us know how you get on! . . . ...
Making our own 🐛s w/ Extreme Chemistry kit from @discovery ———————— Sodium Alginate and Calcium Chloride mixtures lead to gooey worms and excited / disgusted looks from the young scientists 😮/🤢 ——————— #stem#youngscientist
As part of their new module 4C will be taking different cultural trips each Friday afternoon. This week they went to the @btyste in the @royaldublinsociety where they saw the entry by Luke Rickard of 5th year. Luke went on to win two prizes for his work including the Senior Technology competition! Well done Luke #ty#transitionyear
Hear to our very own young scientist, hailing from Mysuru. Pratap N M, working on drone in use of traffic, security and survalance has participated in many national and International events such as Robot Exhibition in Tokyo, Japan. So what are you still waiting for? Apply now! https://www.leadcampus.org/yuvasummit/apply-now/ Yuva Summit 2K19! #yuvasummit#2019
And the bug is coming closer. Very nice experiment for children to learn about friction and gravity. They made Climbing Bug model which when pulled with strings travels up or forward due to friction. #stemeducation#stem
The past four days have been an experience of a lifetime, thanks to everyone who was there cheering along for us and especially those who participated with us, it's been my third and last year participating in the #btyste#youngscientist exhibition, after two unsuccessful years, Filip and I have redeemed ourselves and came around with the Runner Up Best Group Project Award, this is to show that as long as you keep trying, in the end you'll figure out how to make it to the end. This competition accepts 1200 students presenting 550 projects, hand picked from over 4000 applicants ...
An emotional reunion - 15 years ago I was an excited teenager, who wanted to be a scientist, competing in the BT Young Scientist Competition. Even with all the amazing experiences I’ve had in the intervening years, I still think my week at the YS all those years ago, was one of the most amazing, exciting and inspirational weeks of my life. I always believe that the YS started my science career. Without it on my CV I wouldn’t have received the scholarships to Cornell University & UCD during my undergrad at UCC. And subsequently those experiences, along with ...