The Miracle Worker

On March 3rd, 1887, a young woman by the name of Anne Sullivan came into Helen Keller's life and set into motion a series of events which would change the lives of the Kellers and the lives of many Americans with disabilities in the years to come. Join the Science Wizards today in honoring the amazing work of Anne Sullivan!

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Won't You Be Our Neighbor?

February 19th, 1968 was the date of the first national broadcast of Mr. Rogers' Neighborhood. He wasn't an astrophysicist or a chemist, he didn't advance medicine or invent new technology, but he connected with children in a way television had never seen before. His respectful, informative tactics have shaped the lives of kids for years - while the show first aired nearly 50 years ago, people of all ages still smile when asked, "Won't you be my neighbor?"

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Go, Galileo! It's Your Birthday!

It's a beautiful morning in Denver, despite the fact it's the middle of February. For you big kids, today is the last day to sign up for health insurance (but I promise we're not here to talk about that). This day also happens to mark the anniversary of Galileo Galilei's birth - he would have been 451 today!

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5 Interesting Facts About Marie Curie

Madame Marie Curie is one of the most well-known scientists of all time. Many of us know that she was the first woman to ever win a Nobel Prize and that she died as a result of her work, but what else do we know about this fascinating, inspirational woman? The Science Wizards have pulled together our top five favorite facts about this amazing lady to share with you!

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