Seventh graders gather data to document the plight of a small mammal that could be on the brink of becoming endangered, and interpret the experience through presentations, models, video, art, and poems.
A website that uses videos and games to teach the latest in science received over 50 million page views last year.
(Audio) This weekend, hundreds of high school students participated in a regional sporting event at the Maverik Center in West Valley City. But in this competition, the players were robots.
A scientist-turned-teacher thought that earning her Ph.D. in neuroscience was tough. Now she manages a classroom of teens, bringing an entirely new set of challenges.
VIDEO: A self-proclaimed ice dork explains why he likes being a glaciologist and how studying glaciers can help us understand climate change.
High school programs across the state teach students how science and math are used in the real world.
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