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SPOTLIGHT ON KAVLI VIDEO CONTEST ADVISOR STEVE SCHLOZMAN!

By Stacy Jannis Kavli Science Video Contest Manager The Kavli Science in Fiction Video Contest challenges Gr 6-12 students to examine the science in fiction, including science fiction movies, TV shows, and games. Our contest advisors include science educators , scientists, and Hollywood scifi visual effects experts. Steven Schlozman, M.D. is an assistant professor of…

Meet the Remaining Top 20 Finalists for the Kavli Video Contest!

The Kavli Science Video Contest has wrapped up with over 260 entries! Now it’s time for the People’s Choice Vote, in advance of the awards ceremony on April 29, in Washington, DC, as part of the USA Science & Engineering Festival. Voting is easy, just view the videos on YouTube and click ‘like” for your…

The Kavli Science Video Contest has wrapped up with over 260 entries! Now it’s time for the People’s Choice Vote, in advance of the awards ceremony on April 29, in Washington, DC, as part of the USA Science & Engineering Festival. People’s Choice Voting begins April 2 and closes April 13. Voting is easy, just…

The Kavli Science Video Contest has wrapped up with over 260 entries! Now it’s time for the People’s Choice Vote, in advance of the awards ceremony on April 29, in Washington, DC, as part of the USA Science & Engineering Festival. People’s Choice Voting begins April 2 and closes April 13. Voting is easy, just…

Winning Cub Reporters are going to Festival!

Innovation Generation has selected the “iGen Cub Reporter Contest” Winning Teams to cover the USA Science & Engineering Festival! Teachers from around the Washington D.C. area applied with teams of students to blog about science on iGEN. The teams selected as the winning team of the contest are The Mighty Mustangs, 7th and 8th graders…

Not Your Daddy’s Science Classroom!

By Stacy Jannis Exciting things are happening in 21st century classrooms all over our country. Teachers and students are using cutting-edge technology, working in teams, and connecting and sharing projects with classrooms all over the world. Innovative groups like the Concord Consortium , Promethean World , Project Lead the Way and Epals are at the…

Register now for the YCDTRC contest and attend a free teacher/coach workshop on August 14th from 1pm – 3:30 pm at The National Electronics Museum. Student names are not due until October 1st! The Rubik’s Cube Tournament will place K-12 teams in competition for the fastest time to collectively solve 25 Rubik’s Cubes. The top…