Use this guide to teach the SN 10: Scientists to watch, a special issue featuring 10 early- and mid-career scientists who are borrowing tools and inspiration from other fields to solve pressing questions facing science and society.Two of the scientists are Joaquín Rodríguez-López and Paula Jofré. “Flowing toward a sustainable future” describes how Rodríguez-López is developing batteries that could be useful for storing energy from wind farms and solar panels. “Mapping stars across generations” describes how Jofré constructed an evolutionary family tree for stars within the Milky Way that could help us better understand the origins of our galaxy.
Students will come up with a Jeopardy! style game or use a game provided to better understand the character traits, personality qualities and career paths of the SN 10: Scientists to Watch.
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