The November issue of Science in the News delivers popular news stories that shed light on advancements in science and engineering. In this issue of Science in the News, students will learn just how fast the world’s quickest trains can go, and how their shape is specifically engineered for speed! Students will also learn why many humans need braces on their teeth, how flowers can be genetically altered to have a different color, and how eight kids were able to float in air like astronauts for a day.
Science in the News photographs and stories take students on adventures through a variety of scientific topics. Each issue is available in versions for early, middle, and upper elementary students. With a subscription to Science A-Z, you can access printable, projectable, and digital eResource versions of each issue.
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