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Science Saturdays
Kids, This video is not for your parents. It is for you. Parents – Please, please don’t watch this alone. Even if you can’t watch it, please make sure that your children watch it. Raja Selva, winner of Intel International Science Fair, and a Davidson Fellow, shares his passion for science and urges other children...
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Mathus Academy is pleased to bring this exclusive interview with Raghav Tripathi, the winner of Intel Science Talent Search, Intel International Science Fair and Siemens Competition in Math, Science and Technology. We hope this interview will help bring awareness of the immense scientific opportunities available in the country, inspire children to pursue science, and make...
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What is a mark of a great scientist? Good scientists discover new information and make sense of it, linking it to other data. They may go further by giving an explanation of this linked data which, maybe not immediately, other scientists accept as a correct explanation. However the outstanding scientist goes further in predicting consequences...
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When Raghav Tripathi was in second grade at Findley elementary school in Portland Oregon, his mom broke her leg while skiing. She refused to take pain medication because of the side effects. That incident spurred Raghav to start a search that ultimately culminated in reaching the top levels at Siemens competition in Math,Science, and Technology, and Intel International Science and Engineering Fair...
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Over the last few weeks, the Rewards of Science series has brought to you many prestigious, and rewarding Science based awards, that give scholarships ranging from $1,000 to $100,000 for students who excel in Science. We discussed about Intel Science Talent Search (STS), Siemens Competition in Math, Science, and Technology, Google Science Fair and Davidson...
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The holidays are a time of giving. From nephews and nieces to your own kids, days are filled with shopping for gifts for loved ones. This is the time for kids to enjoy and have fun going into winter vacations. Holidays can be a great time to learn as well, while having a lot of...
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Over the last few weeks, we introduced three of the most rewarding scholarship programs for excellence in Science (and other subjects) – Intel Science Talent Search, Siemens Competition in Math, Science and Technology and Google Science Fair that offer scholarships up to $100,000. This week, we present the Davidson Fellows Scholarships as the next episode...
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In continuation of our ‘Rewards of Science’ series, this week’s Science Saturdays presents the highlights of the ‘Intel Science Talent Search 2013’. We hope each one of you will take inspiration from one of these stories, and pursue your own dreams. If you can pursue any science project of your choice, what would that be?...
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After last week’s Google Science Fair post, in continuation of the ‘Rewards of Science’ series, we present the highlights of the Siemens Competition in Math, Science and Technology 2012 in this week’s Science Saturdays. The rewards of Science, Math and Technology are manifold, as you can witness in the eyes of these kids in the below...
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Science is rewarding. The reward may be as simple as praise from the friends or as impressive as winning the Nobel Prize. The most important reward however is your own inner feeling that you advanced the humankind by a tiny bit. Watch this video where these young students – Lauren Hodge, Shree Bose, and Naomi...
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