This month, Science A-Z brings you popular news stories that shed light on advancements in science and engineering. In this issue of Science in the News, students can explore how a cute trash-collecting machine is leading the way in protecting Baltimore’s inner harbor; get introduced to the technosphere; learn how certain flowers attract chilly bees; and more!
Science in the News’ photographs and stories engage students in exploring a range of science topics. Each issue is leveled for early, middle, and upper elementary students. With a subscription to Science A-Z, you can get printable, projectable, and digital versions of each issue.
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