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The digital revolution of the last decade has unleashed creativity and talent in an unprecedented way, with unlimited opportunities. But does democratized culture…
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The statistics show that there are not enough graduates from Washington filling the state's science and engineering jobs. The University of Washington Bothell campus is helping to fix that.
Looks like there is one of the best STEM universities forming right next door.
Simon Haughton shares his inspiring and creative ICT ideas.
Game programming turoial in one blog post.
Small computers for art and science (super cool.#microcontrollers #DIY #homeimprovement http://t.co/LjKjMf2P...)...
Science, technology, engineering and math have earned a "nerdy" reputation, but these jobs are proof that STEM is a killer career choice. Below, we highlight 10 cool STEM jobs you should be jealous of. (And soon you could be an asteroid hunter!) Know someone else with a sweet science or tech gig? Let us know in the comments.
The Nissan ZEOD RC is the world's fastest zero emission electric racing car
Technology of the race cars will impact what we drive on the street. WWU might be one of the best places to learn about this.
Meet the people on our 2013 list who are exploring the science that will lead to new technologies.
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A recent survey of after-school providers by the Afterschool Alliance identified a consensus on the most achievable STEM outcomes for students who participate in after-school programs. They include boosting student interest in STEM, engaging students in STEM activities and learning to value the goals of STEM education.
Science and math education has to be about more than complicated formulas and lengthy...
All American children deserve this opportunity, not just those who demonstrate an early aptitude or who are fortunate to attend such forward-looking schools.
Videos and cool science experiments from Steve Spangler and SteveSpanglerScience.com...
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Engineering students from across the globe competed in Energy Relay –the 2012 ASME Student Design Competition–held in conjunction with the Society's 2012 International Mechanical Engineering Congress & Exposition.
Mechanical Engineering Magazine's Hod Lipson writes about how 3d printing is influencing fabrication....
Engineer Alan Bond sees something more futuristic. “We’re looking at a revolution in transportation,” he says. For Bond, the engine represents the beginning of the world’s first fully reusable spaceship, a new kind of craft that promises to do what no space-faring vehicle ever has: offer reliable, affordable, and regular round-trip access to low Earth orbit.
It gets 84 miles to the gallon on the highway. That means you can go from Detroit to New York City on a tank of gas – or drive from Shreveport LA to Dallas and back – then back to Dallas again – and still have about 110 miles left before a refill. How is that possible? Keep reading.
There is a lot of new technolgoy being developed by independant, new upstart companies.
Edmonds Community College received a $592,240 grant from the National Science Foundation to provide scholarships and support to students studying science, technology, engineering, and math.
“I think everybody in this country should learn how to program a computerbecause it teaches you how to think.” — STEVE JOBS, THE LOST INTERVIEW
Nineteen members of the Mountlake Terrace High School TSA, led by faculty advisor Mark Burbank, participated in the Western Washington Regional TSA Competition on Feb. 2 at Jackson High School in Mill Creek.
The contest brings together talented students from high schools throughout the state of Washington to compete in a spirit of fun. The contest will test their programming skills and problem solving ability.
The competition lasts three hours, during which time each team tries to solve several (usually six-ten) computer programming problems using any of a number of programming languages (e.g., Java, C/C++).
Anybody who doubts the importance of role models in encouraging kids to tackle the tough subjects of science, technology, engineering and math should consider what kids themselves say about how they got interested in the fields.
DesignCon 2013 invited a panel of high school and college students to share their thoughts at the annual chip designer confab in Silicon Valley and several of them mentioned teachers and parents as influences, according to the EE Times. (Who knew?)
This conversation about the role of privilege and access to STEM by diverse students is an important one. Miriam Goldstein at Deep Sea News and author DNLee both have been very active in science outreach to under-served (and urban) initiating these conversations in our respective scientific spheres...
When Paul Larsen decided to sail faster than physics would allow, he had only one choice: Reinvent the boat.Photo: Jonathan Torgovnik; Reportage: Getty Im
Robots can do some crazy things. Follow our coverage of the scary/cool/strange things these electric creatures are doing today, and what these bots might be doing in the future.
The Michigan Daily Business and education leaders urge STEM education Daily Herald A panel from government, business and education answered questions about STEM for the Women's Business Network luncheon on Thursday.