‘Red Cabbage Does Science’ – an update on ‘Do Science, Tanzania’

Science is fun.

Scientific method disciplines the mind – and lets people achieve.  All kinds of ‘achieve’!

Which is a good thing.

In February, I blogged about a fund-raiser for ‘Do Science, Tanzania’: a one-woman effort to bring science to kids in Moshi, Tanzania, by bringing over a lending-library of scientific equipment.

Here is an update on how things are going:  Ms. Hall has settled in her temporary home in Tanzania and has started holding workshops for the local high-school science teachers with the excellent and accessible ‘Red Cabbage ph indicator’ lab.

For some of these kids, I truly do forsee a pot of gold at the end of the spectrum!

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