A Day in the Life of a Scientist (DILOS™) and the Girl Scouts of America

Press Release Update November 10, 2012 / Save the Water™ STEM Education Program. DILOS™ and the Girl Scouts of America. The Girl Scouts of America (GSSEF) and Save the Water™ (STW™) have entered into a Program Partnership Agreement to offer the STEM and water education program “A Day in the Life of a Scientist” (DILOS™) as an activity for the girls. The STW™ STEM Education Program consists of two very interesting and educational components that will excite children to get involved in science.

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Fracking definition: What is hydraulic fracturing water usage?

  Water and sand can make up more than 99.5 percent of the fluid used to hydraulically fracture a well. Water acts as the primary carrier fluid in hydraulic fracturing. Because the multi-stage fracturing of a single horizontal shale gas well can use several million gallons of water, it is critical that large quantities of […]

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