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Scientists in The City

"Scientists in The City" are students, teachers, families, and science enthusiasts who are investigating their ecosystems. To be a scientist in your own city, you need to look at your city through a scientist's eye. Is that a garbage can, or is it a habitat for bees? Is that a brick wall, or atoms rearranged in constructive ways?

Use "Scientists in The City" to explore your own city and then share your science with others.


Plan Ahead...

December's Spotlight will feature investigations for understanding water. Where does tap water come from? How safe is it?


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