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2014 Press Releases

When school is out, science is in! Sign your child up for free GSK Science in the Summer™ program (pdf)

GSK Science in the Summer™ brings physical science/electricity to elementary students at Bucks County libraries (pdf)

GSK Science in the Summer™ brings oceanography to elementary students at Chester County libraries (pdf)

GSK Science in the Summer™ brings genetics to elementary students at Delaware County libraries (pdf)

GSK Science in the Summer™ brings chemistry to elementary students at Montgomery County libraries (pdf)

GSK Science in the Summer™ brings simple machines to elementary students at Philadelphia libraries (pdf)

 

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2013 Articles

The [Doylestown] Intelligencer, June 27, 2013
Core Subject
(pdf)

Souderton Independent, July 7, 2013
Science in the Summer gets into genetics (pdf)

[Hatboro-Horsham] Public Spirit, July 23, 2013 and August 11, 2013
Upper Moreland library celebrates science, learning (pdf)

Hatboro Union Library hosts Science in the Summer (pdf)

 

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2012 Articles

Press Release:

GlaxoSmithKline’s Science in the Summer Has Students “Charged Up” About Science Discover Why
With Simple Experiments on Static Electricity

Students Learn About Science Using Everyday Objects in GlaxoSmithKline’s Science in the Summer -
Here’s an Experiment You Can Try at Home


GlaxoSmithKline’s Science in the Summer Transforms Students into Scientists - Free Classes Begin at Local Libraries

GlaxoSmithKline’s Science in the Summer Partners with The Franklin Institute to Bring Free
Hands-On Science to Elementary Students at Philadelphia-area Libraries


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