We volunteered to help facilitate the Clean Energy Institute’s Solar Derby demo at Hazen High School.
COVID-19 kept us from meeting each other and working together in person. So we decided to have a picnic outdoors! 😀
We ended our first quarter in action with a blast… and by bringing a reality check to blasts in movies (among other special effects and illusions). Great work everybody!
We were honored to see even more of our comrades in Eisenhower High School present their science projects to us, and answer our questions as we judged their work based off a rubric used for science fair projects. Impressive work, y’all!
We were honored to see our comrades in Eisenhower High School present their science projects to us, and answer our questions as we judged their work based off a rubric used for science fair projects. Good job!
Below is a picture symbolizing their projects. Spoiler: Highlight the invisible/white text directly below this line using your mouse.
The image is of Sailor Mars with a mask. One project was about growing Vitamin K-yielding crops on Mars, and the other was about the impact of face masks on the ocean.
This Cinco de Mayo, we worked on a basic introduction to simulations, variables and functions before trying to model the COVID-19 pandemic. We used a simple Python simulation (GIF below!) to try simulations out first-hand!
Our second event at the Eisenhower High School went by amazingly. We learnt a lot about Latin, clouds, historical scientists, banana radiation and orders of magnitude. Here’s to hoping our STEM Pals will not have (too many) tummy issues! xD
We are excited to announce that we completed our first ever event at the Eisenhower High School. Much thanks to Mrs. Driver and all STEM Pals for participating!
We are pleased to announce that UW MEM·C has endorsed our efforts, and will help with our activities.