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7 Popular Science Museums

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Museum of Natural Sciences, Brussels The Museum of Natural Sciences in Brussels hosts the largest dinosaur exhibit in the world. The Museum of Natural Sciences contains several galleries and sections. Visit the website of City of Space. Visit the museum's website.

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How to Celebrate National STEM Day

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Students interested in space could visit one of the many NASA centers for a deeper look at aerospace technology and astronomy exhibits. Students who enjoy biology might visit a natural science museum to explore fossils of extinct creatures, such as dinosaurs.

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How do bacteria help and harm crops?

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. • The US Department of Agriculture (USDA) offers internships in different aspects of agricultural research: www.usda.gov/youth/career Meet Jong When I was younger, I was interested in natural sciences , including physics, biology, astronomy and geology. These interests and concerns led me to study plant pathology.

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The Northern Lights Explained

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Seattle, WA The Northern Lights are the dazzling colored lights that occur in the night skies of the northern hemisphere. This phenomenon is also called Aurora Borealis after the Roman goddess of morning, Aurora, by Galileo Galilei in 1619.

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Imaging the invisible: how can research software and imaging techniques help scientists study the things we can’t see?

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Because computational methods originated in the natural sciences, some disciplines, such as chemistry and physics, have lots of research software at their disposal. Dr Sarah Harris Theoretical physicist, School of Physics and Astronomy, University of Leeds. Learning computing and computer programming will also be beneficial.

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How Did We Get Here? The Tangled History of the Second Law of Thermodynamics

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This is therefore not a fact peculiar to astronomy; reversibility is a necessary consequence of all mechanistic hypotheses. Whatever the decision may be, lasting gain will accrue to us from such a proceeding, since thereby we serve the chief end of natural science the enlargement of our stock of knowledge.

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