Camping under the stars in the classroom, comparing homemade telescopes, and making light art, these are just some examples of what the International Grammar School in Sydney, Australia is doing in its unique science program.
By Caitlin Jennings, Communications Specialist, Society for Science & the Public
Matthew True Haynes had an idea about how to generate electricity through a gentle wave motion, not just violent waves. “I wanted to design [and] build a scaled model of a prototype of a generator that could be used to create electricity from motion waves.”
If you are planning to attend Intel ISEF in Los Angeles this May, you may not realize that in addition to helping young scientists pursue their dreams, meeting colleagues from around the world, and learning more about science and science education, you can also earn continuing education credits.