So what have you been doing lately? Published any scientific papers?
Most elementary-school science experiments wind up gathering dust in the basement. This one found its way into a prestigious scientific publication, the Associated Press reports.
Biology Letters, a peer-reviewed journal of Britain’s Royal Society, on Wednesday published a report (PDF, complete with colored-pencil diagrams) on how bumblebees see colors and patterns — conducted and written by a group of 8- to 10-year-olds in Devon, England.
More via Yahoo! News.
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