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May (2017) Cynthia Sharpe 0

Well folks, the event near and dear to our hearts in grade school is still trucking. That’s right, the science fair is still inspiring, astounding, and challenging youth and adults alike. Though science fair season […]

HeLa: A Hidden Heroine

March (2017) Cynthia Sharpe 0

African American women have been deeply involved in STEM longer than most people suspect. If your focus is science, particularly cell research, you have likely become acquainted with HeLa cells. Whether by ear or by […]

The Future of Sport is STEM [The NBA G-League]

February (2017) Michael Vance 0

The National Basketball Association Development League (NBA D-League) recently announced a multiyear partnership with Gatorade, creating a unique and groundbreaking partnership between the global leader in professional basketball and the iconic sports fuel company. As […]

Science: Not Just for Scientists

August (2016) Caila Holley 0

It’s easy to believe that science is just for those who have studied it for years and work as professionals in the field. After all, what can ordinary people possibly know that these experts don’t? […]

PBS Design Squad goes Global!

March (2016) admin 0

Last month PBS’s Emmy award-wining initiative has taken it to the next level – a global level. The website for kids, know as Design Squad is now Design Squad Global (DSG)! This project, which was […]

Black History x STEM: 7 Trailblazers We Admire

February (2016) admin 0

There are countless numbers of Black-Americans throughout history who have made great strides in the areas of Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM). This month we wish to highlight 7 that inspire us. 1. Lonnie Johnson […]

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