KC Science, INC
The INC stands for "inspiring natural curiosity!" Get inspired . . .
Wonderscope has a new and improved Web site. It's great! Hours: Weekdays 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM, Saturday 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM, Sunday noon - 5:00 PM. The museum is closed Mondays.
Linda Hall Direct: Take advantage of Linda Hall Library's many years of experience in science information to locate and obtain technical and scientific information wherever it may reside. All information requests are confidential.
Help PathFinder Science explore the environmental impacts of Sulfur Dioxide by studying the density and diversity of lichens
Check out the 2010-11 Science Pioneers Programs for teachers and students.
New Planetarium projection system coming to Science City! Look for it in the coming weeks. Also, you will be able to see a video about the The Voyage Exhibit along Baltimore Avenue that will play before shows.
KinderLab, a Pre Kindergarden-7th grade experience at Science City, is open!
Community Issues and Engagement forums at the Johnson County Library. Browse through the past issues forums archive for valuable community-based science resources. Topics include stream ecology, composting, runoff, nutrition and exercise, going green, the future of energy and more . . .
Like to talk about the stars? The Mid-States Region of the Astronomical League have an E-Group where you can post and read messages.
EarthWorks provides an opportunity for students to collaborate and problem solve in authentic Mid-Western habitats and field laboratories.
Make: KC Art & Technology in Kansas City recently had a show and tell. See some of their creations.
KC Science, INC Videos
Make your science photos part of KC Science INC
KC Science, INC is all about inspiring natural curiosity. Like to visit local parks and hike around the Kansas City area? Take photos of birds, plants, animals, and beautiful natural landscapes. Go to our Flickr KC Science INC group page and join our group! Then, add your science photos and share them here with the rest of the KC Science INC community. It's that easy!
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After the Copenhagen summit, readers may be interested to know that the National Academies Press has books on climate change that can be read online for free at http://www.nap.edu/topics.php?topic=367 .
Click a title and look for the Free Resources space and the Full Text link.
You can buy a hard copy, buy a download, or just read it for free online.
Other worthy National Academies of Sciences topics and titles can be found at www.nap.edu.