SDSF 2010

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Sapphire Energy teams up with Correia Middle School and ScienceBridge for the 2010 San Diego Science Festival. Here faculty and scientist work together to teach elementary students the fundamentals of scientific learning while giving them critical knowledge about contemporary issues developing around the world of science.

Carmen Color Chromatography

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A step-by-step how-to video on the color chromatography process along with an integrated student lesson.

Dave Delano Interview

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SDSF 2010

What Did You Learn in School Today?

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CyberBridge Pilot Day 1 - Acids and Bases - Castle Park Middle School

Carmen inside lab

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Real life scientist doing real life science in real life lab.

Illumina SDSF 2010 Booth

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Illumina employees describe what their SDSF 2010 booth is about, "What makes you....you?"

Jason Hall Spencer Interview: Can the Whole Ocean Become Acidified?

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Jason Hall Spencer, a marine biologist at University of Plymouth, answers the question: can the whole ocean become acidified?

Jason Hall Spencer Interview: What Kind of Organisms Have you Come Across?

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Jason Hall Spencer, a marine biologist at University of Plymouth, answers the question: what kind of organisms have you come across?

Jason Hall Spencer Interview: What are the Advantages of Studying Ocean Acidification Out in the Field?

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Jason Hall Spencer, a marine biologist at University of Plymouth, answers the question: What are the advantages of studying ocean acidification out in the field?

Jason Hall Spencer Interview: Where is Your Research Heading?

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Jason Hall Spencer, a marine biologist at University of Plymouth, answers the question: where is your research heading?