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NJ Museum Event To Teach STEM...With A Little Fun

by Ian Bush

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Kids will be having so much fun, they might never suspect they’re learning: that’s the aim of an event on Saturday at a museum in Burlington County that focuses on science, technology, engineering and math. 189 more words


Breaking Down Barriers: Women in STEM

Percentages, facts and statistics; these are all three common interests associated with those in the science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) fields.  However, a lot of surprising truth lies behind certain percentages, facts and statistics. 517 more words

NASA's 'Holy-grail': Solar system with seven Earth-like planets found

This article has been adapted from an article by The Conversation, with permission.

There have been many discoveries of potentially habitable planets orbiting stars other than our own over the last few years. 637 more words


Welcome All!

Most people wouldn’t think for a second about the title of my post, “Welcome All!”, what’s special about that? ¬†Well let me explain, it’s not just about welcoming people here to my blog (don’t get me wrong, it’s doing that too). 151 more words


We are #STEMinists

As the world celebrates the best in cinematic achievement this weekend, all eyes will be on Hidden Figures, the Oscar-nominated film about female African-American mathematicians who played a vital role at NASA in the 1960s. 385 more words

Girls' Guides

David Geltner

Conor Friedersdorf has a fascinating interchange with Geltner in the Atlantic. The ideas are rich and wide ranging. In an era of STEM, the computer scientist has other things on his mind, not least, how we nurture our soul. 85 more words

What is STEM and Why African Parents Should Care in 2017

What is STEM and
Why African Parents
Should Care in 2017
William Jackson, M.Ed.
#MyQuestToTeach @wmjackson

When Education Minister, Dr. Mathew Opoku Prempeh
expressed concerns over the low grades… 726 more words