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Nonmetal Batteries

As traditional carbon-based sources of energy are dwindling, it's easy to cheer for solar and wind power to seize the moment and drag us out of the climate crisis bed we have made for ourselves. [...]

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Emily Kerr

Emily Kerr is a chemistry graduate student interested in the chemistry and engineering behind energy and energy storage technologies to address climate change. When not in the lab, she enjoys [...]

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Bonnie Nieves

Bonnie Nieves loves hiking, writing, and teaching science. She teaches Biology and Anatomy and Physiology to high school students in Massachusetts. Outside of the classroom, Bonnie likes hiking [...]

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Gabe Bronk

Gabe Bronk studied physics at Brandeis University. His graduate research involved creating computer simulations to figure out how broken DNA gets repaired. Now he makes funny science videos and [...]

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Forces and Planetary Winds

What if we told you this lesson was about planets outside our solar system passing gas? But don't worry, it's *physics* gas! Students will learn a lot, we promise.