BW Science Labs
BW Science Labs is a way for me to share my ideas, projects, and code to the world for free. Articles are usually about engineering, robotics, physics, programming, and much much more. Articles from my publication, Science Quarterly, are available free of charge through BW Science Labs's new partner site, The BW Files, along with source code for programs and scripts that I have created.
BW Science Labs has been featured on the MAKE Magazine blog multiple times, and has attracted thousands of readers in over 50 countries, and counting.
BWSL has also taken an active part in the scientific community, through things such as the RFID in 20 dollar bill myth investigation.
I've run a scientific publication since fifth grade, however I wanted a simple way to keep track of all of my projects and ideas. I decided that a sort of "online journal" or blog would be perfect, so I started BW Science Labs. Since then I've had a wonderful time sharing ideas, building wacky things, and learning from my mistakes.
Who will enjoy this the most?
I hope that everyone could get a little something from BW Science Labs, be it an idea, tutorial, or just an entertaining read. What I've found is that kids and teens have enjoyed it the most because none of the projects are too "adultish", and are always fun to try.
http://www.bwsciencelabs.com is the home page.
http://sites.google.com/site/thebwfiles/Home is the partnering site of BW Science Labs, The BW Files.
Lecture I gave on following your passion:
" If Brennon is our future...", a MAKE blog post on my lecture.
Night Sky In A Shoe Box, a MAKE blog post on one of my engineering projects.