Need some new videos for your lessons in Forces and Motion? Try this one that shows how a simple chain of beads like you might find in a necklace can behave very strangely. This is a great example of a Discrepant Event, something that behaves differently than you might suspect. Answering the question of why is a great […]
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Odyssey Science Camp The 2015 camp session will take place between July 20 and July 31, 2015 Odyssey Science Camps are designed to provide children an opportunity to experience the excitement of science firsthand. Campers are divided by age and experience into seven different focus groups whose activities range from introducing scientific principles, building math […]
Take a look! The Life Size Game of Mousetrap uses Newtonian mechanics to plant the seeds of curiosity with a 25 ton Rube Goldberg machine. Projects like this could be a great addition to STEM programs.
Looking for a hands-on learning experience on how to use your Vernier equipment? Then this workshop is for you! Vernier is hosting workshops this fall across the United States for science and STEM educators. The workshops are FREE! You will get four hours of hands-on training, a light meal, and lab handouts on a CD. […]
It’s back to school time again! Are you looking for new, creative ways to teach your students this year? Come check out the STEM Resource Center’s wide collection of science kits, books, and more! Call today to make your reservation and get your students more involved with STEM today! Phone: 618-650-3065 E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Vadalabene Center […]
Join us every Wednesday on CosmoQuest to talk about new topics in astronomy, space education, and outreach.
36 Hours of Astronomy: The Hangout will take place April 26-27. Join us in raising money to build a more scientific future. Click here for the hangoutathon!
Odyssey Science Camp registration is now open! Camp sessions will take place between July 21 and August 1, 2014. Odyssey Science Camps are designed to provide children with an opportunity to experience science firsthand. Camps are offered for students entering 2nd grade (currently in 1st grade) through 9th grade. All grade levels indicated in the […]
Hosted by Annie’s Frozen Custard in Downtown Edwardsville, April 12th, 7-10pm Yuri’s Night will be co-hosted by CosmoQuest, the SIUe STEM Center, and Riverbend Astronomy Club, we’ll be celebrating humanity’s first steps into space! There will be astronomy activities and telescopes (weather permitting), and of course, Annie’s Famous Frozen Custard!
There will be a Family Science Expo at the Edwardsville Library on Saturday, April 12, 1-3pm. Registration is Required! The STEM Center and CosmoQuest will be represented by Dr. Nicole Gugliucci bringing samples of real meteorites. Science is fun for all ages. Come and enjoy a free afternoon full of science fun with real scientists. […]