MUSE July-August 2018
Learning from your mistakes is an important part of growing up. It’s also an important part of our history, innovation, and successes. This intriguing edition of MUSE Magazine teaches your kids about the upside of failures.
From mistakes by the media to fiery fusion to artificial art, learn how inaccuracies, errors, and half-truths help to create a better world. Kids will also get a personal lesson that they can relate to in their daily lives as they examine the science behind public school classroom sizes (and all the reasons why what we previously believed was wrong) MUSE also introduces your kids to several women scientists, a mesmerizing way to try math, the journey of innovator Steve Jobs, and a big reveal about Big Foot.
Enjoy features including:
- When Good Science Goes Bad by Jennifer Stephan
- Art Alert by Galadriel Watson
- Can You Repeat That? By Alice Andre-Clark
- Flawed Genius by Elizabeth Pagel-Hogan
- Cold Fusion by Kathryn Hulick
Regular features include Parallel U, Muse Mail, Muse News, Hands-on, Photo Op,
Science @ Work, Q&A, Do the Math, Your Tech, Contest, and Last Slice.