To celebrate National Engineers Week at Walt Disney World, aerospace and defense contractor Raytheon is hosting a science theater production for children this week. The “Science Thrills Live” show is produced by Science from Scientists, a non-profit organization whose goal is to improve science and technology awareness in middle-school and late-elementary students. Earlier this week, […]
At Patriot Place, with seats filled by students and chaperones from all over Massachusetts, [New England Patriots cheerleader Alyssa] Caddle and representatives of the engineering company Raytheon and Science from Scientists performed interactive experiments, like making elephant toothpaste (a colorful foam that forms and shoots out of a graduated cylinder when hydrogen peroxide interacts with […]
On February 20, our Executive Director and two of our Instructors were at Boston Parks Department’s Winter ParkSCIENCE Festival at the Franklin Park Clubhouse. Hear about the science behind camouflage and pressure presented via fun table-top activities for children and families. Fox 25 Live Coverage from ParkScience
Jim Hand of the Sun Chronicle wrote a brief article about our program in Plainville, MA.
Science from Scientists founder Dr. Erika Ebbel Angle was recently interviewed on NECN’s This Week in Business.
Science from Scientists will be hosting several activities as part of the Boston Parks Department’s ParkSCIENCE series this Sunday, June 9. We will be located at the Jamaica Pond Boathouse from 1-3PM. Come check it out!
[Northeastern’s] Center for STEM Education and Boston Public Schools have collaborated [on the district-wide science fair] for many years, said Claire Duggan, the center’s director of programs and partnerships. This year, the duo found a third partner in Science From Scientists, a local nonprofit organization that places practicing scientists in elementary– and middle-school classrooms to […]
Science from Scientists worked with the City of Boston’s Parks Department to put in the 2013 ParkSCIENCE Children Festival for winter break on February 20 in Franklin Park. The Wellesley, West Roxbury, and Roslindale Patches have coverage.
In a series of interactive shows at Patriot Place in Foxborough over the February school vacation, a group of scientists demonstrated how math and science are part of the world around us – and how they can be fun – in an effort to foster enthusiasm for the subjects among young students. The shows, which drew […]
Science from Scientists recently teamed up with Raytheon to present two science shows to south shore students. Coverage in the Foxborough Patch and Walpole Patch.