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Organization pays off! Since there are still a couple months to go until the 3M Young Scientist Challenge’s April 21st deadline, get organized so you can make the most of the time you hav
What Materials Do You Have Already In Your House? It's your ideas that count! Real scientists are creative and make the most of the materials available to them.
U + Science = ___ In the spirit of Valentine’s Day, think about what makes you love science! Do you enjoy searching for answers? Do you like knowing how things work?
Every February, America celebrates the important role that African Americans play in the United States’ past, present, and future. So as you continue working on your 3M Young Scientist Challenge entry this month, look toward African American scientists, engineers, and inventors for inspiration.
Learn from the World Around You As you begin to consider how you may be able to impact the future, be inspired by the world around you! Observe the problems that you, your family, your school, a
Kick off the Scientific Process This year’s 3M Young Scientist Challenge asks a big question: How can you improve lives for the future? Thankfully, scientists throughout the centuries have proven th
Let Your Curiosity Lead You! Register and stay up-to-date with the 2020 3M Young Scientist Challenge - HERE. "What if?" At 3M, scientists ask that question everyday to spark day-to-day solutions t
It is 2020! Have you made your New Year's Resolution, yet? Why not challenge yourself to think creatively, use science to problem solve and help others?
Pursuing Your Dreams with Curiosity and Passion [Abigail Harrison a.k.a. ‘Astronaut Abby’ aspires to be the first astronaut to Mars.
When you create a product to help people or when you are trying to discover, undiscovered ideas you should keep in mind that the process of science should be enjoyed. What has been the best