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Robotics engages students, experts say | Curriculum | eSchoolNews.com

Engaging students at younger ages and making science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) education more appealing were some of the main topics up for discussion at a roundtable discussion hosted by LEGO Education and National...


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Bionic Arm Design Challenge - TryEngineering

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TryEngineering is a portal about engineering and engineering careers, developed to help young people understand what engineering means, and how an engineering career can be part of their future.

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Sony Introduces Head-Mounted Display for Endoscopic Surgery

Sony Introduces Head-Mounted Display for Endoscopic Surgery | E-Learning and Science Education | Scoop.it
Sony is launching a head-mount display for endoscopy. During laparoscopic procedures, surgeons normally have to divide their attention between the monito

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Veebot, the Robotic Phlebotomist That Makes Drawing Blood Faster (VIDEO)

Veebot, the Robotic Phlebotomist That Makes Drawing Blood Faster (VIDEO) | E-Learning and Science Education | Scoop.it
There are two things that this editor fears about blood draws: the fact that he has deep veins, and the prospect of being stabbed in the arm by a mercile

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(EN) - Biomedical Research & Informatics | nlm.nih.gov

(EN) - Biomedical Research & Informatics | nlm.nih.gov | E-Learning and Science Education | Scoop.it

"The National Library of Medicine (NLM), on the campus of the National Institutes of Health in Bethesda, Maryland, has been a center of information innovation since its founding in 1836. The world’s largest biomedical library, NLM maintains and makes available a vast print collection and produces electronic information resources on a wide range of topics that are searched billions of times each year by millions of people around the globe. It also supports and conducts research, development, and training in biomedical informatics and health information technology. In addition, the Library coordinates a 6,000-member National Network of Libraries of Medicine that promotes and provides access to health information in communities across the United States."


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Biomedical synthetic biology: an overview for physicians


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"Synthetic biology is a relatively new field of biological research and development that focuses on the engineering of genetic molecular machines with a specific predefined function. Plainly put, the newly engineered organism functions as a machine. It can process information, manufacture, heal and even diagnose. We just have to engineer it to do so. The famous quote "Biology is the nanotechnology that works" is currently being put to the test on a worldwide scale. The application of these machines is theoretically boundless. In laboratories worldwide synthetic biology technologies are being rationally designed to assist in diagnosis or disrupt disease mechanisms. In the not too distant future they are expected to reach the clinical setting. This new field should be distinguished from classic genetic engineering. The latter researches naturally found DNA segments via cloning. It is weakly associated with engineering. Synthetic biology focuses on the engineering of molecular biological machines for the benefit of mankind. This is done via synthetic (computer printed) DNA sequences, man-designed or altered in silico. In this article I will briefly introduce synthetic biology, elaborate on the Biobrick Foundation as an independent fast-growing synthetic biology-sharing movement, and report on selected developing applications for medicine."

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Amazon.com: StudyWorks Teaching Pro Middle School Math & Science: Software

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STEM Activities

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The acronym S.T.E.M. stands for science, technology, engineering, and mathematics. The objective of the STEM initiative is to strengthen effective STEM education programs at all levels, enabling the U.S. to maintain its status as a global economic and technological leader.


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National Lab Network

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STEM Curriculum, Dayton, Ohio - Dayton Regional STEM Center

STEM Curriculum, Dayton, Ohio - Dayton Regional STEM Center | E-Learning and Science Education | Scoop.it
Join the teaching revolution by using challenging, problem-based learning experiences that tear down compartmentalized disciplines and curriculums, and engage students in scientific inquiry and the engineering design process.

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“Why So Few? Women in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math” - Under the Microscope

“Why So Few? Women in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math” - Under the Microscope | E-Learning and Science Education | Scoop.it
Read stories for, by and about girls and women in science, technology, engineering and mathematics. Find news, tips, interviews and profiles, or submit your own story.

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Robotics engages students, experts say | Curriculum | eSchoolNews.com

Engaging students at younger ages and making science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) education more appealing were some of the main topics up for discussion at a roundtable discussion hosted by LEGO Education and National...


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getSTEM: Science. Technology. Engineering. Math.

getSTEM: Science. Technology. Engineering. Math. | E-Learning and Science Education | Scoop.it

Teachers need STEM resources. STEM professionals want to help. LInk them together here.


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Marc Ecko: Education Innovators Have to Be Like 'Civil Rights Leaders' - STEM Education (usnews.com)

Marc Ecko: Education Innovators Have to Be Like 'Civil Rights Leaders' - STEM Education (usnews.com) | E-Learning and Science Education | Scoop.it

Marc Ecko talks about what it takes to cut through red tape in the education sector.


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Mobile Real-Time DNA Analysis on Your Smartphone

Mobile Real-Time DNA Analysis on Your Smartphone | E-Learning and Science Education | Scoop.it
Biomeme, a new company out of Philadelphia, PA, is planning on launching an easy to use system that can perform real-time qPCR and provide results through

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Hydroxyapatite/collagen nanocomposite-coated titanium rod for achieving rapid osseointegration onto bone surface - Journal of Biomedical Materials Research Part B: Applied Biomateri...

Hydroxyapatite/collagen nanocomposite-coated titanium rod for achieving rapid osseointegration onto bone surface - Journal of Biomedical Materials Research Part B: Applied Biomateri... | E-Learning and Science Education | Scoop.it

An implant coating method which realizes in only 1 month the same bone coverage as after 3 months


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Biomedical Patterns' Tumblr

Biomedical Patterns' Tumblr | E-Learning and Science Education | Scoop.it

"Science has uncovered the blueprint of life, and devised imaging technologies that allow us to see deep within our tissues and organs. So-called basic research supports the great edifice that is modern medicine. Bench science uncovers the characteristic mechanisms and components of health and disease. Model systems from flies to fungi allow researchers to address questions pertinent to human disease. And new technologies allow us to develop more powerful tools to tackle the great challenges that remain. [...] BPoD stands for Biomedical Picture of the Day. Managed by the MRC Clinical Sciences Centre the website aims to engage everyone in the wonders of biomedicine. Images are kindly provided for inclusion on this website through the generosity of scientists across the globe."

 

For further information: http://www.bpod.mrc.ac.uk/


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Biomedical synthetic Biology: an Overview for Physicians

Biomedical synthetic Biology: an Overview for Physicians | E-Learning and Science Education | Scoop.it

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Socrates Logos's curator insight, June 30, 2013 4:05 PM

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"Synthetic biology is a relatively new field of biological research and development that focuses on the engineering of genetic molecular machines with a specific predefined function. Plainly put, the newly engineered organism functions as a machine. It can process information, manufacture, heal and even diagnose. We just have to engineer it to do so. The famous quote “Biology is the nanotechnology that works” is currently being put to the test on a worldwide scale. The application of these machines is theoretically boundless. In laboratories worldwide synthetic biology technologies are being rationally designed to assist in diagnosis or disrupt disease mechanisms. In the not too distant future they are expected to reach the clinical setting. This new field should be distinguished from classic genetic engineering. The latter researches naturally found DNA segments via cloning. It is weakly associated with engineering. Synthetic biology focuses on the engineering of molecular biological machines for the benefit of mankind. This is done via synthetic (com- puter printed) DNA sequences, man-designed or altered in silico. In this article I will briefly introduce synthetic biology, elaborate on the Biobrick Foundation as an independent fast- growing synthetic biology-sharing movement, and report on

selected developing applications for medicine."


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Virtual Learning: Common Core Resources

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RT @Dave_Saba: Great list of #CommonCore resources for #PARCCELC released by Achieve - http://t.co/DSHFqEQa Amazing meeting...

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Arizona schools flipping homework, lectures

Arizona schools flipping homework, lectures | E-Learning and Science Education | Scoop.it
Arizona schools flipping homework, lectures, An innovation called the "flipped classroom," reverses the roles of classwork and homework.

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Learning Activities

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The Science House is a learning outreach project of North Carolina State University...

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Teacher Aids - Dayton Regional STEM Center

Teacher Aids - Dayton Regional STEM Center | E-Learning and Science Education | Scoop.it
STEM Center Inquiry Rubric (RTOP defined), STC Align OAC Indicators Grades 3-8, LabTV plus much more...

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Stem Up

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Full Steam Ahead on CS-STEM, Science and Art

Full Steam Ahead on CS-STEM, Science and Art | E-Learning and Science Education | Scoop.it

By imagining, drawing, and building original videogames, Globaloria students have been boldly demonstrating how art and design and creative cognition can re-ignite STEM learning.


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Teachers Master STEM Education

Elementary school teachers at Richfield STEM School mastered STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) and STEM education when they completed t...


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RSA Animate - Changing Education Paradigms

This animate was adapted from a talk given at the RSA by Sir Ken Robinson, world-renowned education and creativity expert and recipient of the RSA's Benjamin...


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