Science Buddies Project Ideas in geology are sponsored by Chevron.
Got Cows? One Dairy Finds Alternative Energy Success
Living on a dairy farm can be smelly business. But stinky piles of biowaste can be repurposed to provide significant amounts of alternative energy. Read about one dairy's inspiring story and find out how you can experiment to learn more about turning waste, trash, and other unexpected bio sources into alternative energy.
Creating custom-colored flowers is a great way for students to explore the capillary function in plants. What happens when you stick a flower stem in a glass of colored water? This student put it to the test!
Participants in last month's Bio 5K Run/Walk, sponsored by Astellas Pharma US, Inc., dressed up in lab coats and zany science-themed costumes and drank energy drinks from test tubes. Looks like it was a lot of fun!
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