The Science Month!
The Science Month!
“I seem to have been only like a boy playing on the seashore, and diverting myself in now and then finding a smoother pebble or a prettier shell than ordinary, whilst the great ocean of truth lay all undiscovered before me.”Isaac Newton
The Science Month on Curious Times
February and March are very important months for Science as a lot of scientists were born in these two months. Whatever we are doing, our functioning and our complete being is because of Science. Curious Times is celebrating Science Month from 11th February to 15th of March. That is from Thomas Edison’s birthday to Pi Day, Einstein’s Birthday.
Important Science Days in Feb- Mar
- 11 February 1847 – Thomas Edison‘s birthday
- 13 February 1910 – William Shockley‘s birthday
- 15 February 1564 – Galileo Galilei‘s birthday
- 15 February 1786 – Cat’s Eye Nebula discovered
- 18 February 1745 – Alessandro Volta‘s birthday
- 18 February 1838 – Ernst Mach‘s birthday
- 22 February 1875 – Heinrich Hertz‘s birthday
- 28 February 1901 – Linus Pauling‘s birthday
- 28 February – National Science Day (India) – announcement of the discovery of the ‘Raman Effect’
- 1 March 1966 – first spacecraft crash-lands on Venus
- 2 March 1902 – Edward Condon
- 3 March 1847 – Alexander Graham Bell
- 14 March 1879 – Albert Einstein‘s birthday
- 14 March 2018 – Stephen Hawking passed away
- 14th March – Pi Day
- 17th March 1962 – Kalpana Chawla
We wish to pay tributes to great scientists and celebrate their works, efforts and great inventions. So gear up Curious Kids, its time to put on your thinking caps and show off your ingenuity.
What’s in Store?
There are three categories for students to participate in:
DIY Science Experiments and Projects:
Who doesn’t love doing science projects? Send us your creative, fun science experiments and leave us stunned with your results. You can send in a video format or written format with a picture. Submit on ME – My Expressions.
Do not forget to check out some ideas and videos on Easy Science Experiments For Kids By Roohi Bhargava.
The Scientist, I Admire:
This is your way to pay tribute to famous scientists. Dress up like them. Draw and sketch them. Make a PowerPoint, convert it to video. Or you can write about them and their inventions. Creativity always has brownie points. Track our News section for more news on our great scientists.
My Futuristic Ideas :
Flying Cars, Humanoids, Colony on Mars and what not! – Send us your futuristic ideas, that you wish to see in the future. You can submit in any format – 3d model, video, written.
On Curious Times, we bring 10-15 news on science and technological advancements, discoveries and inventions happening every week. Find the updates on Curious Times Weekly.
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