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Raising Climate Change Awareness

NewKnowledge’s Board of Trustees Chairperson, Marilyn Hoyt and Researcher Susan Hannah attended the largely successful People’s Climate March in New York City on September 21, 2014. An estimated 125,000 to 311,000 people attended the New York City march, along with thousands of people attending similar events around the world. The People’s Climate March aimed to […]

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APA 2014 – Promoting Youth Science Learning in Urban Environments

At the American Psychological Association’s Annual Convention in Washington, D.C. in August 2014, NewKnowledge’s Rupu Gupta presented about SportsLab:2020, an NSF-funded project with the Educational Gaming Environments (EdGE) group at TERC. She gave the presentation “Exploring the Potential of Science Learning through Sports in Outdoor Environments.” Describing results from the front-end phase of SportsLab, she […]

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Revisiting Drones: Can They Aid Conservation?

We’ve all heard of drones and how they’ve been used in military operations. But conservationists, farmers, and business leaders are talking about the ways they can lead to positive social and environmental outcomes. NewKnowledge CEO & President John Fraser weighs in on the discussion, highlighting possible advantages and disadvantages of using drones in conservation work […]

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