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ReActions – October 2016

Janice HeadshotHalloween is traditionally the season when scary monsters rear their heads, but there’s another time that can strike fear in the hearts of teachers: science fair season. Even if you love them, science fairs are huge undertakings. That’s why we’re offering a little assistance. We’ve got project ideas for students excited about nuclear science and a source for mentoring, guidance, and even judges—our ANS membership. And because the holidays are approaching, we have a little gift you can find on our website, nuclearconnect.org. So, fear not, have your best science fair ever, and let me know how it goes!

Janice Lindegard
jlindegard@ans.org

October 24, 2016 Volume -38

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