• Thursday January 17, 2013
  • Graduates Energize a Frigid World

    The surface hoar reached over one centimeter in length on this morning; the thermometer reads -25 below zero.
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  • All Quiet on the Yellowstone Front

    With temperatures well below zero, Yellowstone National Park is a unique winter-time experience
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  • For Everything There is a Season; Winter Americorp 2013

    The first days of the new year mark a change in the solar calendar and a return to longer and brighter days to Teton Science Schools and Jackson Hole.
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  • Got Math?

    A photograph of a human eye; two parabolas superimposed on the eyelids; calculations of the size of the eye using integration – this problem was framed as a pattern-seeking challenge in our 11th and 12th grade math class.
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  • Exciting Times for Mule Deer Project!

    At 7am on December 11, 2012, 20 mule deer in Teton County, WY awoke to a peculiar feeling. The collar that many of them had been wearing for the better part of two years miraculously fell off.
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  • Teton Science Schools' Idaho Initiative

    TSS will bring TSS Educational Programs to Families of Eastern Idaho through increasing educational services and opportunities for kids, families, teachers and communities of Eastern Idaho.
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