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ISEF: Tejas Navaratna on winning a Science award & how to make math & science interesting . . . interviewed by Wyatt Nelson (video)

Posted on: 19-Mar-2010

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In this interview, Wyatt Nelson talks to Tejas Navaratna, who won the California State Science Fair for his project on the Long Term Future of the Solar System. They discuss, the craziest thing hes ever done with science, juggling the science fair with high school, Oregon Museum of Science and Industry encouraged him as a 5-year-old into a life of discovery, the role of parents and the role hes played as an inspiration for others - even his sister, and how we can engage kids more in science.

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