DuPont Sponsors "Science News for Kids" Website

The DuPont Center for Collaborative Research & Education and partners, Science Service, American Honda Foundation, and Dow Chemical Company, have announced the launch of a new science and technology website – – for children ages 9 to 13.

The site presents science news and provides opportunities for middle school students to get involved with science. Unique features of the site include appealing, easy-to-read snapshots of scientific research, an inside track on science fairs, a chance to work with a well-known science fiction author, and opportunities to solve puzzles, do experiments, take part in polls, and ask questions of scientists and reporters.

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