Swiss Chocolate and the Origins of the Universe
This year, as one of the Intel ISEF Special Awards, a dozen Finalists earned the opportunity to tour CERN, the European Organization for Nuclear Research. Located in Geneva, Switzerland, CERN is a leading laboratory for particle physics where scientists research big questions like the origins of the universe. The Intel ISEF students attended lectures with world-renowned scientists, observed some of the world’s most complex scientific instruments, and, of course, enjoyed the city of Geneva and Swiss chocolate.
“I felt that the CERN trip was a good fusion of a cultural and scientific experiences…I spoke in French and listened to lectures on particle physics; I ate real pizza and was as close to the LHC [Large Hadron Collider] as I’ll ever be...what could be better?” says student Mubarrat Nuvid Bhuiyan, from Jericho, New York. Read More
2010 Fellows Come to D.C.
The class of 2010 SSP Fellows traveled to Washington, DC this week. The ten selected science and math teachers serve under-resourced students. At the Fellows Institute, the teachers will receive program management training and an intensive week of workshops and networking. The Fellows, who were competitively selected from a large entrant pool representing 46 states, are designing independent research programs for their schools.
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Holes in Martian moon mystery
By Stephen Ornes
The Martian moon Phobos is cratered, lumpy and about 16.8 miles long, or 3 miles longer than the island of Manhattan. According to a recent study, the moon is also unusually light. Planetary scientists found that Phobos is probably not a solid object, and that as much as 30 percent of the moon’s interior may be empty space. Read More
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