CATEGORIES

THE MUSIC OF THE SPHERES

Hunched over your paper, you try to concentrate. This is the worst kind of assignment.

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May/June 2021

LEARNING TO HEAR

With cochlear implants

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May/June 2021

Q&A

Q Where do personal preferences come from? For example, I like hard rock music. Why am I that social outcast who runs screaming into the bathroom at school dances when everyone else is singing along? —Kate, age 13, Ohio

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May/June 2021

Trevor Cox – Acoustic engineer and Stonehenge researcher

Trevor Cox is a professor of acoustic engineering at the University of Salford in the United Kingdom. He engineers systems to make sound better. And he studies how the structures we build affect the sounds we make inside them.

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May/June 2021

How Fast Is Sound?

An experiment

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May/June 2021

Adolphe Sax – How To Invent An Instrument

The story of the saxophone

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May/June 2021

The Sounds Of Star Wars

This is the sound design activity you’re looking for.

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May/June 2021

Courtney Craven – Gamer and disability activist

Craven does presentations worldwide to assist game developers, teachers, writers, and others in making text and images available to people with any disability.

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May/June 2021

Deaf Friends

Want to communicate better with kids with hearing loss? Try these tips.

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May/June 2021

Can You Please Lower Your Voice?

The experience of auditory sensitivity

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May/June 2021

TE JONES

BAT RESEARCHER

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January 2021

Hot Dogs in a Hurry DON'T TRY THIS AT HOME

EVERY YEAR IN NEW YORK CITY, PEOPLE ENTER A CONTEST TO SEE HOW MANY HOT DOGS THEY CAN EAT IN 10 MINUTES.

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January 2021

FANCY FOLDING

The amazing thing about origami is the enormous number of different objects you can make by folding a square sheet of paper.

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January 2021

The Real-Life: BATMAN

HOW ONE PERSON SEES THROUGH SOUND

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January 2021

DO YOU HAVE ESP?

MAKE YOUR OWN ZENER CARD DECK AND FIND OUT!

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January 2021

SHOULD PEOPLE BECOME CYBORGS?

IN THE MARVEL COMICS AND MOVIES, billionaire Tony Stark dons a red and gold suit and becomes Iron Man.

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January 2021

E. PAUL ZEHR

BRAIN SCIENTIST, AUTHOR, SUPERHERO ENTHUSIAST

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January 2021

Life in the clear

THE SECRET TO BEING (ALMOST) INVISIBLE

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January 2021

Amazing Powers Of The Mind

What happens when scientists study psychic abilities?

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January 2021

Wonderful Wings

A moth’s costume lets it hide in plain sight.

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January 2021

Tales for Sails

COULD DOGS BE A READER’S BEST FRIEND?

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Muse Science Magazine for Kids
October 2020

NICOLE PATTON-TERRY READING RESEARCHER

Nicole Patton-Terry loves helping kids learn to read. She is associate director of the Florida Center for Reading Research at the Florida State University. Patton-Terry works on teams with researchers, students, teachers, designers, parents, and community members. Together they study reading and develop tools that help children read.

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Muse Science Magazine for Kids
October 2020

READING THEIR WORLD

Before reading the words

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October 2020

A FUNNY THING HAPPENS

HOW JOKES AND WORDPLAY REVEAL THE INNER WORKINGS OF OUR READING MINDS

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October 2020

Demystifying

One reason a smart person may still struggle to read

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October 2020

A New Way to See BRAILLE

Remarkable discoveries are turning brain science on its head.

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October 2020

The true story of a young scientist: BOY NATURALIST

“Be a hunter and explorer.” This is the advice, says world-renowned entomologist E.O. Wilson in his 1994 autobiography, Naturalist, that he gives to his science students. “If you have the will, there is a discipline in which you can succeed.”

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July/August 2020

MAGDALENA SORGER

EVOLUTIONARY BIOLOGIST

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July/August 2020

SHAPING DICE

More faces, more fun?

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July/August 2020

EDWARD O. WILSON

BIOLOGIST, NATURALIST, AUTHOR, SCIENCE PIONEER

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July/August 2020

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