Two trends in American culture contradict each other. On one hand, technological and scientific fields are struggling to find qualified people to fill jobs. On the other hand, the education system are not focusing on producing more STEM (science, ...
After almost 2 years, the crowd-funded STEMulate Learning Lab has provided more than 40 years worth of combined CPU power to solving global needs like the search for cures for diseases and parasitic infections, as well as into the exploration of...
Fresno Bee Madera High taken over by Frisbee-flinging robots -- and students who made them Fresno Bee The humans were the brains behind the robots, who stole the show in two-and-a-half minute battles at the fifth annual Madtown Throwdown Robotics...
Students build robots for Lego competition The Oshkosh Northwestern FIRST Lego Competition in Oshkosh: Students competed with robots they built themselves Saturday at Oshkosh North High School at the FIRST Lego League Regional Competition.
'SimplyNano 1' experimental kit for schools now available in English and Russian
In the first edition of the "SimplyNano 1" experimental kit 850 kits were produced in German and French. In Switzerland the teaching tool is already used at 600 secondary schools. The response of teachers and schools is very positive and the demand is high.
The experiments can be used in biology, chemistry or physics classes. The introduction of the "SimplyNano 1" experimental kit is accompanied with teaching courses that demonstrate the use of the kit.
3D printing system added to UNH Innovation Lab San Francisco Chronicle The new printer and 3D scanning system are part of the recently launched Innovation Lab at the Peter T. Paul College of Business and Economics.
Learning Matters: STEMs from a robotics competition Glendale News Press The event was just a practice-round Lego robotics competition for elementary and middle school students, held at Roosevelt Middle School as a way to introduce new teams to how...
FIRST Robotics Competition Helps Connect a Million Minds Rochester YNN YNN and our parent company Time Warner Cable are working to “Connect a Million Minds.” This nationwide effort focuses students on science, technology, engineering and math.
Youngsters build, program robots at STEM camp Cleveland Daily Banner After completing the construction of the robot, campers were challenged to program the robot to complete tasks involving lego structures in the “Green City.” Peyton Orders, a...
Researchers across the University of Washington campus soon will be able to collaborate in an unprecedented way with a new team of data scientists to advance research through big-data analysis and discovery.
French Tribune Young Engineers can build Robots with the help of Modular Robotics ... French Tribune A robot construction kit has been developed by Modular Robotics that allows young kids as well as robotics enthusiasts to build simple robots.
Teaching Electronics Merit Badge courses for Boy Scouts allows the exploration of mathematics and project management while encouraging young learner engagement and interest in STEM subject areas without requiring a costly equipment setup expense.
BitCoin mining chips are falling in price now they utility is reduced, but provide excellent resources for classroom models and lessons in mathematics, economics, production, project management and entrepreneurial requirements for business.
Tampabay.com Middleton High builds a robotics dynasty Tampabay.com In February, the Middleton High Masquerade robotics team dominated in the Florida First Tech Challenge held at the University of South Florida Polytechnic campus in Lakeland.
Area schools embrace robotics programs Anniston Star A year ago Piedmont Middle students wouldn't have had the opportunity to work with robots at school and until recently none of the students in Calhoun County public schools would have.