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Leaf Spotting: Citizen Science with Foldscope

Spent Earth Day getting the kids actively involved in conversations about a proposed Clean Air Zone in Leeds.

What does, and should, it mean to them if they’re living and walking to school within the Zone? 420 more words

STEM

Entrepreneur Word: Kiwoba Allaire

Bay Area tech executive, non-profit board member, and a top multlicultural leader, Kiwoba Allaire chats about her entrepreneurial journey in STEM.

Why did you start… 671 more words

Entrepreneurship

STEM 'Cheerleader' finalists selected for NASA's OPSPARC Challenge

WASHINGTON—Three students from Benjamin Banneker Academic High School in Washington, D.C. have been selected as one of eight national high school Glog selection finalists in the… 336 more words

Technology

"STEMinism" on spotlight at women's forum in Dubai

Dubai SME, the agency of the Department of Economic Development (DED) in Dubai mandated to develop the small and medium enterprise (SME) sector, is set to extend its support as Dubai Government Partner to the 4th edition of the Arab Women in Leadership & Business Summit. 8 more words

Hiruni Walimunige: Chief of Staff at Robogals Global

Hiruni Walimunige is a psychology student at the University of Melbourne. She is passionate about promoting STEM to primary and secondary school girls. As the Chief of Staff at Robogals Global she has the opportunity to engage and inspire school-aged students, encouraging them to pursue careers in STEM. 957 more words

Science

Kid's Square

We love Kid’s Square, so when a friend texts you and says “want to go to Kid’s Square tomorrow and then get lunch?” you immediately say yes and are ecstatic that your plans for the next day with a toddler are figured out for you! 231 more words

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If the chemistry is right

Folks, as a boy I wanted a chemistry set which sounds about as odd as a child demanding a large bowl of cold cabbage for desert. 331 more words

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