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Bernards said students first submitted a proposal for SPOCS funding consideration in October 2020. Once selected as a finalist, the team gave a presentation that December to NASA representatives, as well as mission managers with Nanoracks and space education company DreamUp.

From The Signal - Santa Clarita Valley

Santa Clarita Valley residents Hutch and Sophia Siegen, sixth- and fifth-grade students at iLEAD Schools, are taking their science experiment out of this world.  

While participating in iLEAD’s DreamUp to Space mission, a program that helps students become pioneers of space science, the Siegens were able to combine their passions for gardening and space, with an experiment to germinate carrot seeds in space. 

5. Realiza Experimentos y descubre cómo funcionan las cosas en el espacio

¿Cómo crece el pasto en el espacio? ¿cómo se comporta el agua y por qué flotan las cosas?, éstas son algunas de las preguntas que podrás responder con sencillos experimentos que ofrece la organización DreamUp.

More DreamUp in the News

CNN: Your child can become an astronaut and explore space from home with NASA
The Press of Atlantic City:
 Stockton student experiment to test whether astronauts can grow food in space
New York Ag Connection:
4-H Experiment is Out of this World
Getting Smart:
iLEAD Schools Creating Authentic, High Quality Project-Based Learning Environments
SpaceRef: NASA Accepting Student Proposals for Experiments to Send to Space Station
American Inno: Boulder EdTech Startup Bring Space to the Classroom
New Learning Times: Carie Lemack
Daily Camera:
Boulder’s DreamUp connects students to space
Germinating a Passion for Space by Studying Germs in Space (Op-Ed)
2019: A New Year of Space Research and Analyzing Data
Space.com: Space and the ‘Breath of Art’: 
How Out-of-This-World STEM Education Is Transforming Schools
Using Data to Make Better Decisions
Amy Poehler’s Smart Girls:
Meet CASIS and Marvel Guardians of the Galaxy Space Station Challenge Winner — Adia and Carie from Team Rocket
Students Send Human spit, Baby Teeth and More to Space … for Science
DreamUp Launches Learning into Orbit
Smithsonian.com: If Humans Want To Colonize other Planets, We Need To Perfect Space Cuisine
The March of Women: A Giant Leap for Humanity (Op-Ed)
Neil deGrasse Tyson’s ‘Cosmos’ Sets an Example for Science Educators (Op-Ed)
Orlando Sentinel:
Scientific research benefiting from more rocket launches, companies
Blue Origin’s Test Flight This Week Included Medical Tech, Student Experiments
Baltimore Sun: 
Domino Sugar is heading to space as part of interactive science project
SpaceRef: NASA Space Station On-Orbit Status 1 December 2017
 Incite Wonder and Inspire Your Kids by Giving the Gift of Science (Op-Ed)
Lights! Camera! Science! Why Hollywood Should Focus on Real Space Stories (Op-Ed)
 Australia and America: United for a New Space Age
eldiario.es: Cientos de experimentos escolares viajan al espacio gracias a estos soñadores
STEM Connector: From STEM to Stern – A New Era for Space-Based Research aboard the ISS
Dataversity: The Language of Data: The Voice of a New Era of Space-Based Research
Space.com: To Inspire Future Space Travelers, Bring Space-Based Research to Schools
Yahoo News: Australia and America: A Partnership for the Space Age
Dataversity: Reviving Data-Centric Areas in Houston and Florida
SpaceNews: America, we have a problem: Helping Houston and the space economy
Entrepreneur: 5 Fascinating Edtech Companies From National Education Week

Our Students in the News

Stockton University students

The Ocean City Patch and The Current shared stories on Stockton University students who worked with our partner, the Student Spaceflight Experiments Program (SSEP), to launch “Spores in Space: The Effects of Microgravity on Endomycorrhizae”.

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Palatine, IL’s Boy Scout Troop 209

The Chicago TribuneCBS Chicago, and the Daily Herald highlighted the incredible work of Palatine, IL’s Boy Scout Troop 209 to design and launch their experiment. Troop 209 were the first Boy Scouts to send an experiment into space!

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Israel Hayom on the Ramon SpaceLab

Israel Hayom has an article on the Ramon SpaceLab, a scientific education program which invited students to submit ideas, resulting in five MixStix investigations selected to fly to the ISS.

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Rochester SSEP students

Rochester SSEP students were featured in The Democrat and Chronicle and WHEC for their experiment determining the speed of chlorophyll deterioration in microgravity.

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iLEAD DreamUp to Space

The Santa Clarita Valley Signal highlighted the students participating in the iLEAD DreamUp to Space program’s second annual innovation expo. This program is a collaboration between iLEAD Schools and DreamUp.

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Carter Middle School SSEP Students

Knox News featured the team of five student scientists who conducted an experiment on a student’s donated tooth on the International Space Station.

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