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Who is this Guy? 

Hello ladies and gentlemen. My name is Kari Jackson, born and raised in Atlanta, Georgia. I am a recent college graduate with Phi Beta Kappa and Magna Cum Laude honors. And I a man of science.

Since I was six years old, I’ve had the opportunity  to produce numerous science projects that have been recognized with 1st place honors and beyond.

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My science projects have even represented the state of Georgia at the International IMG_0719Science  Fair not once but twice when I was in high school. I can say for certain that working on these projects installed an early level of discipline that not only has helped me succeed throughout my academic life but has led me to conduct significant marine research at institutions such as the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute and most recently, in the waters of Bali at the Indonesia Biodiversity Research Center.

So What’s the Site for? 

With so much luck and success in the field of science, I thought now was the time to provide my insight for helping anyone and everyone interested in improving their scientific outlook.

On this website you will have access to modified bug experiments (based on my projects) that both students and teachers can produce. In addition, the website will have content and tips on writing and communicating in scientific terms; tips that both the middle school adolescent and college sophomore can utilize. Finally this website will provide information on Coral Reefs, and endangered and invaluable ecosystem, via photos and videos.

If you want to leave feedback for sciencehelp.com or just have a crazy suggestion, don’t hesitate to contact me at  kari@sciencehelpme.com. Leave your comments below and make sure you visit my site regularly.

Take care,

Kari Jackson

Founder of sciencehelpme.com

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