Past Resources

Coming Summer 2024: Be a Space Scientist!

Be a Space Scientist! Program Overview

 

Explore all GSK Science in the Summer™ activities and resources from years past! Content is listed chronologically. 

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Be a Physicist lab notebook cover

Be a Physicist!

The 2023 Be a Physicist! program invites children to play the role of physicists and discover the importance of physicists to fields as varied as accident investigation, laser science, material science, power plant engineering, and sound engineering. The sessions encourage students to practice scientific techniques and explore basic principles of physics as they solve real-world problems by doing hands-on experiments.

Explore the suite of Be a Physicist! resources.

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Be a Biologist Lab Notebook cover

Be a Biologist!

The 2022 Be a Biologist! program invites children to play the role of biologists and discover the importance of biology to fields as varied as fisheries, paleobiology, plant biology, and wildlife biology. The sessions encourage students to practice scientific techniques and explore basic principles of biology as they solve real-world problems by doing hands-on experiments.

Explore the suite of Be a Biologist! resources.

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Be an Engineer Lab Notebook cover

Be an Engineer!

The 2021 Be an Engineer! program invites children to play the role of engineers and discover the importance of engineering to fields as varied as electrical, structural, environmental, and biomedical engineering. The sessions encourage students to practice scientific techniques and explore basic principles of engineering as they solve real-world problems by doing at-home experiments.

Explore the suite of Be an Engineer! resources.

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Be a Chemist Lab Notebook cover

Be a Chemist!

The 2020 Be a Chemist! program invites children to play the role of chemists and discover the importance of chemistry to fields as varied as medicine, manufacturing, art, and environmental conservation. The sessions encourage students to practice scientific techniques and explore basic principles of chemistry as they investigate these questions: How do substances change and interact with each other? How do chemists use these changes and interactions to solve real-world problems?

Explore the suite of Be a Chemist! resources.