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NCAS (Day 2/4):

October 17, 2016

I woke up bright and early, excited for my first day onsite NASA Langley Research Center. The morning started a little before 06:00, so I did not get much sleep since my team members and I were awake until around 02:00 working on our rover. 611 more words


Teaching Elementary-Level Learners About the Brain

Judy Willis in How to Teach Students About the Brain writes:

If we want to empower students, we must show them how they can control their own cognitive and emotional health and their own learning.

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STEM the Tide

Quick, close your eyes (no peeking at the interwebz) and name a famous female scientist. Can you name one at all? If you can, was it Marie Curie? 658 more words


Meet the Committee!

Here’s a chance to know the faces and names that will be working hard to bring you fantastic events all year. Get in touch with the committee through… 928 more words

Sci Chic: Science, Fashion...and 3D printing?

Who says science can’t be fashionable? Certainly not Erin Winick, creator and CEO of Sci Chic. She’s been creating science inspired 3D printed jewelry since October 2015, and let me tell y’all, they’re some of the coolest things I’ve ever seen. 1,316 more words

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Climate change and solutions report

Hello, fellow blog viewers! This week I have posted a something a little different from usual but enjoy reading it.

In the climate change and solutions report that follow, I will describe and explain how the disruption of normal weather patterns has an impact on the Maldives and the Himalayas and the geography of them. 965 more words


Rising to the Challenge

Equate Scotland have just released ‘Rising to the Challenge’, a report with recommendations to increase women’s participation in STEM over the next ten years. Since its launch in 2006, Equate Scotland has become an expert agency in promoting, developing and supporting women in STEM.  193 more words