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SCIENCE Resources -- Helping families and communities provide quality science and engineering education


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Hands-on Science Education for All

From the cellphones in our pockets to the pacemakers in our bodies, we grow ever more dependent on the fruits of science, math, and engineering.

Yet math and science education languishes in the United States. Study after study shows American students falling behind, and a shortage of qualified scientists and engineers is on the horizon.

At SCIENCE Resources, we are actively taking steps to meet the challenges of improving American science education. Our experience tells us that early hands-on education can instill a lifelong love of science and of learning. And we know, first-hand, that engaging experiences with scientists and engineers help to produce a population of students that excels in science and engineering.

What We Do

SCIENCE Resources is a nonprofit organization that promotes quality science and engineering education by providing affordable services to students, parents, and teachers, supplementing and enhancing existing curricula and programs.

We offer science fairs and labs that give younger children the experience — and delight — of making things happen first-hand. Our science fairs and labs give older students experience with rigorous experiments that prepare them to succeed in further studies.

Our robotics and math teams use competition to make math, physics, engineering, and programming exciting — giving students an incentive to go beyond homework and preconceived notions of what they can do.

All of our programs seek to link eager students with scientists, engineers, and educators who are passionate about science. Read on to see how your children can benefit and how you can help. Together we may restore our nation's competitiveness in science and engineering, or discover the next Einstein!

High school students observing their test tubes in a Science Academy chemistry lab RoboWhizards student (middle school robotics) aiming his LEGO robot Student participant testing his abilities at Villanova University's Theatrical Summer Science program Kindergartner explaining his science experiment to a judge at the Greater Philadephia Homeschool Science Fair Two students working out a project in physical science lab Student working out a math problem on the whiteboard for her class


Latest News

FIRST LEGO League International

The RoboWhizards presented a "thank-you" banner to the FIRST LEGO League staff during the awards ceremony at the 2005 World Festival in the Georgia Dome in April. The banner was signed by more than 1,000 students, coaches, mentors, judges, volunteers, and supporters of FLL from all around the world (including the owner of the LEGO Group, Kjeld Kirk Kristiansen). The top 74 FLL teams in the world from 17 nations competed (and celebrated) at the World Festival.

High School Robotics Team Growing

Our community-based high school robotics team, Driven, is joining forces with Marple Newtown HS. Team members will be preparing this fall for the 2006 regional tournament at Drexel University Mar 30-Apr 1. Driven is looking for corporate sponsors, adult and college student mentors, and a meeting / building location. Contact Dana Swieson at if you can help.


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