The Science United Festival has started! The virtual science fair for refugee and migrant students created by Blossom Hill Fellows Erika Gillette and Katerina Tsikalaki has 15 new inspiring, really cool science projects prepared by teams of refugee students and their classmates.
We are particularly proud of the team projects supervised by technology teacher Malak AlZuite and English teacher Renad BDour at the Azraq Community and Education Center in Jordan. The Center was founded by Blossom Hill Fellow Lexi Shereshewsky. The participating science students are Syrian refugees who demonstrated how to write messages with invisible ink, how to make a windmill, and how to create balloon-powered cars!
All projects are available at the Science United Festival website: https://scienceunitedfestival.com/2023-science-projects/