NSBE Jr. Resource Center

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Atomic Candy Activity (Radioactive Decay of Candium)
Radioactive decay processes occur in accordance with first order kinetics. This simulation provides a simple example of the rate at which a radioactive isotope decays.
Contact: science_house@ncsu.edu
Phone: 919-515-6118
Grades: 5th - 11th
Availability: Nationally

Dirty Water Project
Civil, chemical and environmental engineers work together to make existing water treatment systems better, or to develop new water treatment systems. Some engineers design state-of-the-art seawater treatment system technologies that take water from the ocean and process it cost-effectively for safe domestic use.  In this activity, students investigate different methods (aeration and filtering) for removing pollutants from water. They will design and build their own water filters.
Contact: TeachEngineering@lists.colorado.edu
Grades:  3rd - 5th
Availability: Nationally

STEM Fun for Kids Grades K-12
MastersInDataScience.org, just put the finishing touches on a new online resource for kids interested in science, technology, engineering, and math. Our complete guide to STEM for kids (K-12) offers over 230 websites, games, contests, camps, and more, all organized by age and interest, as well as a section dedicated to resources and activities for girls.
Grades:  K-12
Availability: Nationally

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