Praxis Science Outreach Science Smarts: Saving Snowflakes

The latest Praxis “Science Smarts” column in the Medicine Hat News.

Praxis Science Outreach Science Smarts Column

January 22, 2022

The latest Praxis ‘Science Smarts’ column in the Medicine Hat News (January 22). The article may be found in the Medicine Hat News at https://medicinehatnews.com/life/local-life/2022/01/22/science-smarts-saving-snowflakes/ or via PressReader at https://www.pressreader.com/article/281814287242217.

Saving Snowflakes

Patty Rooks

With all of the melting out there the past few days, I am a bit sad that there may not be any snow left very soon.
Have you ever wondered how can we save these beautiful flakes of snow in order to enjoy them later on in the year? Or perhaps do some experimenting with them later on? Have you ever really examined a snowflake under a magnifying glass or microscope? Did you know that there are no two snowflakes that are the same? Hmm… maybe this could be a great science fair project?
The forecast is calling for some fresh flakes in the next day or two so get saving these…

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Author: Lochsloidh - McFarlane

Retired science/biology teacher.

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