Science Education Blog
Over 360 young women from across New Jersey and Pennsylvania joined us today for the 12th annual Young Women’s Conference in Science, Mathematics, Technology, and Engineering.
Saturday, January 5, 2013 will mark the kick-off of our 29th Annual Science on Saturday lecture series. The speaker, James Olsen, Professor in the at Princeton University, will give a lecture titled: “The Large Hadron Collider: big science for big questions".
Four days before the national election, and while the whole country's hairs figuratively stood on end, we were making sure that New England kids' hairs were doing it literally!
The Spot Award Program was initiated in 2000 to recognize and reward those individual staff members who have made short-term extraordinary contributions or accomplishments. It honors those who have excelled in resolving complex problems leading to improvement or innovations resulting in co
Time flies when you’re having fun!
But new adventures await...Post-doc Stephanie Wissel is headed off to a new position at UCLA, with research assignments in Hawaii and Antarctica (!) and new post-doc Arturo Dominguez joins us after recently finishing his Ph.D. at MIT.
The hard work, the satisfaction of a job well done, spending long hours trying to print the poster to the right size....
From July 23-27, PPPL hosted 17 teachers from across the nation for our annual Plasma Camp workshop.
We are seeking at outstanding candidate to serve as an Associate Research Physicist (Post-doc) in Science Education that is interested in using their analytical research skills in a non-traditional way.
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