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Science By Email

Posted by mattusmaximus on February 10, 2009

I just wanted to give a quick shout-out to my skeptical colleague Down Under, Mike. Mike works with the CSIRO – Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation – in Australia. The CSIRO is the national science agency for Australia, and Mike helps to work with the educational outreach section of the agency. Specifically, he writes an email newsletter called Science by Email which goes out to over 30,000 educators worldwide.

In addition, if you’re interested, feel free to browse the Science by Email archive of over 100 activities – check out these online lessons & ideas and consider passing them on. Here’s a quick breakdown of the categories of material available at Science by Email

* Chemistry
* Kitchen science
* Weather and the environment
* Biology
* Mathematics
* Electricity, magnetism and engineering
* Astronomy
* Forces
* Sense and perception

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